New York Tax Suite

New York state and New York City taxes can be daunting and change frequently, so keep up-to-date with Bloomberg BNA’s New York Tax Suite.




Bloomberg BNA’s Tax and Accounting Center is the most comprehensive resource for fast, efficient, and complete state tax research. Whether you conduct business in New York or any other state, Bloomberg BNA offers you the flexibility to choose the content and tools that work best for your organization. Purchase content for single or multiple states with our Individual State Tax Suites.


State Tax Navigators provide customizable and comprehensive New York-specific analysis covering corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, property tax, excise tax, estates, gifts, and trusts tax.

Try New York Tax Suite now


The New York Tax Suite contains several helpful tools, including Chart Builders, State Tax Development Tracker, Tax Client Letters, and advanced search options — all to simplify your tax research.


Practice Tools
  • Compare States button allows you to run quick comparisons of specific topics across all the jurisdictions in your subscription.
  • Chart Builders enable you to streamline your research with the ability to specify state tax topics and to create a custom chart that can be edited, saved, and exported to Excel.
    • 50 State Overview Chart Builder (Optional) allows you to quickly and easily create a chart to review selected state tax topics across all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., and New York City.  
    • IRC Conformity Chart Builder enables you to understand whether states conform — or do not conform — to the Internal Revenue Code’s treatment of a particular tax topic, with the ability to cross reference to applicable statutes and state tax navigators for more information.
  • State Tax Client Letters and other sample documents organized by tax type increase your productivity.
  • Advanced Search options to simplify your state tax research.
News Feeds
  • State Tax Developments Tracker keeps you updated on the latest state tax news and developments. Filter by jurisdiction, topic, type of tax, and date range to easily track the developments that are most relevant to you. The Tracker also offers a customized email alerting feature that enables you to set up your email notifications by preferred topic, jurisdiction, and/or type of tax. Coverage includes:
    • Allocation and apportionment
    • I.R.C. conformity
    • Credits and incentives
    • Exemptions
Primary Sources
  • Full text of state-specific statutes, regulations, administrative decisions, bulletins, rulings, instructions, and state Supreme Court and lower court cases.


Expert Analysis
  • New York City has been added as a jurisdiction to help streamline and reduce research time. The addition of New York City information to State Tax Navigators and Chart Builders offers fast, reliable answers through extensive summaries and thorough explanations of New York City’s tax statutes, regulations and case law — all in one place.

  • The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance increased sales and use tax rates in Ulster County, and published a list of sales and use tax rates by jurisdiction. These developments were coupled with an announcement that tax preparers are covered by an e-file mandate, and guidance on the minimum wage reimbursement tax credit.


Russell Banigan

Mr. Banigan is a national director in the Multistate Tax Services Group of Deloitte & Touche LLP, Tri-State Region (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut). Since 1984, he has devoted his full-time efforts to providing multistate tax consultation services, with an emphasis on the financial services industry, merger and acquisition transactions, and advanced tax strategies. Mr. Banigan has served on the State and Local Tax Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and currently serves on the State and Local Tax Committee of the Wall Street Tax Association. He is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Bureau of National Affairs State Tax Portfolio Series. Mr. Banigan has authored numerous multistate tax articles, such as "What You Need to know About the Expanded Investment Capital Regulations," "New York's NOL Deduction Further Limits the Federal Rules," and "The Questionable Constitutionality of the California DRD [Dividends Received Deduction] and Interest Offset Rules." He has addressed various business and professional organizations, such as the Tax Executive Institute and the New York Business Council, on New York and multistate tax issues. Mr. Banigan received his Bachelor of Science, cum laude, in accounting from St. John's University, New York, and a Master of Science in Taxation from Pace University, New York. Acknowledgements: The author gratefully acknowledges Mr. James W. Wetzler, National Director in Charge of Deloitte & Touche's Multistate Tax Group, Tri-State Region, and formerly Commissioner of the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, and Mr. John P. Dugan, National Director in Deloitte & Touche's Multistate Tax Group, Tri-State Region, and formerly President of the New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal, for their efforts in reviewing the drafts of this portfolio. In addition, the author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the members of Deloitte & Touche's Multistate Tax Group with various aspects of this portfolio, particularly Mr. Jay Rosen (Senior Manager), Mr. Abraham Teicher (Senior Manager), and Ms. Eileen Mazo (Senior Tax Consultant). 

Robert D Plattner

Robert D. Plattner is the Deputy Commissioner of the Office of Tax Policy Analysis for the New York State Department of Finance and Revenue. Previously he was Counsel with the Albany law firm of McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams, P.C. He received his B.A. degree, Phi Beta Kappa, from Cornell University and his J.D. from Stanford Law School. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Plattner served as Counsel to the New York State Assembly Program Development Group, Counsel and subsequently Director of the New York State Legislative Tax Study Commission, and Deputy Commissioner for Policy and Research in the New York State Department of Economic Development. In addition to private practice, he teaches state and local taxation as an adjunct professor at Albany Law School.