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caelan
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Does a retired nyc teacher living in new jersey whose only source of new york state income is a pension from the city have to file a new York state return?

 
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DS30
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Does a retired nyc teacher living in new jersey whose only source of new york state income is a pension from the city have to file a new York state return?

No - This federal law prohibits any state from taxing pension income of non-residents, even if the pension was earned within the state. So you have no NY filing requirement on this pension income

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DS30
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Does a retired nyc teacher living in new jersey whose only source of new york state income is a pension from the city have to file a new York state return?

No - This federal law prohibits any state from taxing pension income of non-residents, even if the pension was earned within the state. So you have no NY filing requirement on this pension income

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