Thursday, March 1, 2012

New directive involves Rhode Island's TDI tax

The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has posted a new directive that deals with the treatment of tax paid by workers into Rhode Island’s Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) program.

Directive 12-1, “Credit for Taxes Paid to Another Jurisdiction: Insurance Fund Payments Made Pursuant to Rhode Island Law,” was issued February 29. It replaces a draft directive on the topic issued January 25. It will be of interest mainly to people who work in Rhode Island, live in Massachusetts, and pay TDI tax.