New York is considering expanding its False Claims Act to “knowingly or illegally failing to file” a tax return.

Not only should the legislature reject the proposed legislation, New York should roll back its FCA so it does not apply to taxes.

In this installment of “A Pinch of SALT” in Tax Notes State, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Jeff Friedman and Cyavash Ahmadi examine why New York’s application of the FCA to tax matters should be eliminated.

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