I don't currently know a tax lawyer/firm that is actually competent in all the issues here, so maybe you all can tell me something constructive about this state income tax question.
In this scenario, I'll be a resident of New York and doing work from new york. The company I'll be billing is in Colorado with only an office in colorado.
For the purpose of withholding/paying state income tax, who gets it? New York, Colorado or is there simply no state tax liability
Reason this is confusing for me is that some states tax income "sourced" from their state, which I don't completely understand the conditions for, some states tax only residents, some states have some other constructive conditions and I would ultimately like to keep as much as possible for myself
thanks for any insight