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Do I file Both IL and IN State tax returns?

We built a home and moved in mid-March 2019.  In January, February, and first part of March we lived with a relative in Indiana until our home was finished. Do we need to file for both states (IL and IN)?

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KrisD15
Employee Tax Expert

Do I file Both IL and IN State tax returns?

Residency in Indiana is established by registering to vote, enrolling a child in school, paying taxes, or living in the state for 183 days without a residence in another state.

If you did not meet these requirements, you would not need to file an Indiana return as a resident. 

If you earned income in Indiana, you may be required to file an Indiana non-resident state return.

 

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Do I file Both IL and IN State tax returns?

What if the income is all pension and social security income. No wages earned.

ColeenD3
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Do I file Both IL and IN State tax returns?

Here is what the state of IN says.

 

Part-Year Residents and Full-Year Nonresidents

  • If you were a part-year resident and received income while you lived in Indiana, you must file your Indiana income taxes.
  • If you were a full-year nonresident of Indiana, but received any income from Indiana sources, you must file your Indiana income taxes.

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