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NY IT-2104-E exemption certificate
 

NY IT-2104-E exemption certificate

 

NY IT-2104-E exemption certificate

 

Manual

  • Paper: Letter (8.5in x 11in)
  • Copies to print: 2
    • This certificate much be filed each year to continue exemption.
    • Employers must keep a copy for their records.
    • The employer must be notified within 10 days of any change making the employee no longer eligible for the exemption.
    • Employers may use this form to report a newly hired or rehired employee. Mail form, within 20 days of hiring to:
      New York State Dept of Taxation and Finance
      New Hire Notification
      PO Box 15119
      Albany NY  12212-5119
    • If an employee claims an exemption but usually earns more than $200 per week, mail to:
      NYS Tax Department - Income Tax Audit Administrator
      Withholding Certificate Coordinator
      W A Harriman Campus
      Albany NY 12227-0865

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  • A penalty of $500 may be imposed for furnishing false information that decreases your withholding amount.
  • The following conditions must apply to qualify for exemption:
    • The employee must be under age 18, or over age 65, or a full-time student under age 25.
    • The employee did not have income tax liability for the previous year.
    • The employee does not expect to have income tax liability for 2017.
  • The employee may also claim exemption if they meet the conditions set forth under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act:
    • The employee's spouse is a member of the armed forces present in New York in compliance with military order.
    • The employee is present in New York solely to be with their spouse.
    • The employee is domiciled in a different state.
 
  • To be used by residents to file exemption from state withholding tax.
     
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