3 thoughts on “Advocates Demand Albany Tax Rich to Address Homelessness Crisis

  1. Is anyone addressing the impact of the terrible tactics of the Department of Social Services (DSS) on this issue? They are doing a good job of not helping eligible people. Dropping people for no reason. Forcing them to Fair Hearings to deal with workers who do not return calls and don’t mail out notices. In some cases mock disabilities… Who is holding them accountable?

  2. What better way to make NY even less competitive than by once again raising taxes on people with the means to flee the state. Mansion tax easy to avoid too.

  3. I think it is very promising that the tax on this income source would rise from 20% to 39.6%. Where do New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut stand on adopting the new tax rates?

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