Internal Revenue Service
Taxes are collected and administered by the IRS, the federal statutory tax authority in the United States. In order to maximize tax revenue, it provides tax assistance to taxpayers, as well as pursues and resolves instances of erroneous or fraudulent tax filings.
Dept. of Taxation & Finance
Taxation and Revenue are handled by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (NYSDTF), a part of the New York state government. The department is responsible for handling tax forms and publications, and dispersing tax revenue to other agencies and counties within New York State.
NYC Agency Portal
New York City’s and the State’s agencies can be found on this portal. Here you will find information and resources covering the following topics: Administration, Business, Education, Health/Human Services, Local/Regional Authorities, Public Safety, Recreation & Environment, Statewide Elected Officials, and Transportation/Utilities.
NYS 529 College Savings Plan
The purpose of this account is to save for higher education. The Internal Revenue Code’s 529 section, which specifies the plan’s tax benefits, refers to a state-sponsored plan, and it is referred to as a 529 plan. New Yorkers benefit from tax benefits in numerous ways, such as tax-deferred earnings and tax-free withdrawals.