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Only 500 households in New York City will pay the highest rate in Cuomo’s tax hike


Aside from being loaded, what do people like Michael Bloomberg, Julia Koch and Leonard Lauder have in common?

Former Mayor of New York City, president of the David H. Koch Foundation and who helped develop the Estée Lauder Companies
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into a giant in cosmetics, all of which are on the lookout for New York State’s tax hikes that could cost them highest personal income tax domestic.

At a time when more and more lawmakers in state and federal governments are eyeing tax hikes, A-listers like these trio are super high-profile examples of oligopoly clubs taking notice. was the proposed rate increase by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The so-called millionaire taxes are likely to hit nearly 123,000 New Yorkers statewide. But the number of millionaires paying higher taxes is dwindling when looking at New York City’s super rich residents.


The number of millionaires paying down gradually when looking only at super-rich residents in New York City.

An estimated 15,165 city taxpayers are aiming for a tax increase, based on 2019 tax return data from the Independent Budget Office of New York City. Out of that, 529 city households will pay the highest rate for people making more than $ 25 million a year. That crowd can fit one small performance space of 599 seats .

Bloomberg ranked 20th on recently published Forbes magazine list of billionaires with a net worth of $ 59 billion. Koch, David H. Koch’s widow, is worth $ 46.4 billion and is 27-year-old with Charles Koch, David’s living brother. Leonard Lauder, Honorary President of Estée Lauder Companies, has a net worth of $ 25.5 billion and is ranked 64th.

Forbes lists New York City as home to three people – spokesmen who did not respond to requests for comment – and many others on the billionaires list.


The state budget, pending the signature of Governor Andrew Cuomo, raises state income taxes on New York millionaires.

The state budget, which is currently waiting for the signature of Governor Andrew Cuomo, has left the super-rich horribly reading. The additional taxes will generate $ 2.8 billion next year and $ 3.3 billion next year, according to the report Cuomo’s office.

It increases the state’s income tax system the highest rate from 8.82% to 9.65% for households that make more than 1 million dollars. Those who make between $ 5 million and $ 25 million will have a rate of 10.3%, and those who make over $ 25 million will have a rate of 10.9%.

New York City has a top rate rating of 3.88%. The combined city and state rate for any of the three premium income groups exceeds California’s 13.3%. Top rate. And don’t forget the 37% federal rate for the top earners making at least $ 518,400 a year, or $ 622,050 for married couples filing together.

In the state with 10.8 million part-time and non-resident tax returns in 2018, New Yorkers who make at least $ 1 million a year are a highly regarded group, state figures show . All together, 122,990 people filing with a $ 18.9 tax account for just over 38% of the 2019 tax liability, according to estimates.

About 55,215 New York State residents make at least $ 1 million, according to estimates from the New York State Control Office. Their combined tax bill represents 31.1% of the state’s 2019 tax liability, according to office data.

• Of which, 48,243 taxpayers earned between $ 1 million and $ 5 million, paying an estimated 13.2 percent of the state’s 2019 tax obligation.

• 5,053 other taxpayers earn between $ 5 million and $ 25 million, and account for about 6.9 percent of liability.

• At the top, 1,919 New York State residents earn at least $ 25 million and pay 11% of their 2019 tax liability, computer data show.

67,775 part-time and other non-residents earning at least $ 1 million account for an additional 7.1% of tax liability for 2019.

The question remains: How many people will stay to pay? After all, this happened at a time of pandemic that made remote work much more possible for millions of Americans.

Former President Donald Trump has moved his permanent residence to Palm Beach, Fla., And in 2019 said he was “mistreated by the political leaders of the city and state of New York”. “Very few people get treated worse,” he said, through which he added New York “will always have a special place in my heart!”

(Florida, along with Alaska, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming have no state income taxes. New Hampshire and Tennessee do not tax earnings.)

During his years shareholder letter Wednesday, JPMorgan Chase & Co
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Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon notes more about the tax outlook for those at the top. “The wealthy should remember that if taxes improve our societies and economies, then those very individuals will be the main beneficiaries,” he wrote.

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