Certain District of Columbia employers are required to offer employees tax- or cost-free commuter benefits. Certain employers in New Jersey and Connecticut must comply with the New York City commuter benefits law if they have employees working in New York City.
The Taxation of Employee Compensation section of the Employment Law Manual has been updated to include a number of important legislative and regulatory changes that occurred in late 2015 and early 2016.
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