Michael Pryor

New York, NY

fogcreek.com

Age: 38

CFO Fog Creek Software Inc. CFO Stackoverflow.com LLC

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comment Feedback Requested: Stack Overflow design update
@jin isn't it weird that the upvote and flag icons are so close together from a UX perspective? I guess I find it strange that they have equal "real estate" space and location. Flagging would seem really rare to me compared to upvoting.
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comment Live in Florida & work remote for a New York company. Do I owe NY state income tax?
@littleadv true. Here's another link that mentions some other situations (each unique) but showing NYS aggressive stance on remote workers nytimes.com/2008/02/20/business/businessspecial2/…
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revised Live in Florida & work remote for a New York company. Do I owe NY state income tax?
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accepted Can I get my iPhone to see the "Other Calendars" from Google Apps for domains Calendars?
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comment Live in Florida & work remote for a New York company. Do I owe NY state income tax?
Even if you never set foot in New York State and live somewhere totally different, depending on the convenience of employer test they can still tax your income from New York sources. It's not just for people that work from home occasionally. If NYS determines the "remote" aspect of your job is not Bona fide, they can consider it NYS income.
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