Saving on New York City taxes in the age of the hybrid worker – and how technology can help
The increase in remote and hybrid work has led to employees spending more time in new locations that may be outside of New York City – even if that’s just working from their homes in Westchester, the Hamptons or Greenwich. This means that businesses may be overpaying on Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT), which is calculated based on where work is physically taking place.
Join Topia and Hodgson Russ for an insightful discussion on what the increase in remote-hybrid work means in relation to UBT, and how firms can make sure they are paying only what they owe.
Topics covered include:
- The impact of remote and hybrid working on UBT
- Legal and practical aspects of how to save on UBT while being prepared for a potential audit
- The data required and how technology can help