Tuesday, November 01, 2005

US Supreme Court lets telecommuter tax stand

High court won’t hear local case

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday refused to take up the case of a Nashville computer programmer who challenged New York’s taxes on his income while he worked from his Nashville home.

It should be born in mind that the US Supreme Court did not rule that this tax was advisable, nor even fair, simply that it did not violate the constitution.

Still, I don't understand it.

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