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snoopy01
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If you get a state retirement from another state do you add it on the state return that you live in as deductions from your federal adjusted gross income?

I live in NC and get a retirement check from the state of Va. This is included in my federal adjusted income do I have to add this back to my NC state return?

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TerryA
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If you get a state retirement from another state do you add it on the state return that you live in as deductions from your federal adjusted gross income?

Only the state you live in can tax retirement income - it doesn't matter where it comes from or where "earned". So NC already has the income from the federal return so there's nothing for you to do in TT/NC about it.

And don't prepare a VA return for the retirement income 🙂

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TerryA
Level 7

If you get a state retirement from another state do you add it on the state return that you live in as deductions from your federal adjusted gross income?

Only the state you live in can tax retirement income - it doesn't matter where it comes from or where "earned". So NC already has the income from the federal return so there's nothing for you to do in TT/NC about it.

And don't prepare a VA return for the retirement income 🙂

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