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cprivalle
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Filing as a non-resident in AZ and MN

I am a full-time resident for years in WI.  I earned $116 in AZ and paid $$2.92 in state taxes.  I earned $3046 in MN and paid $0.00 in state taxes.  Do I have to file a state return for either or both of those states?

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TomK2023
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Filing as a non-resident in AZ and MN

No.  You do not need to file neither an Arizona nor Minnesota nonresident tax return.

 

Individuals must file if they are: Single AND gross income is more than: $13,850

Married filing joint AND $27,700

Married filing separate AND $13,850

Head of household AND $20,800

 

For non-resident individuals the threshold numbers above are prorated based on the individual's Arizona gross income to their federal adjusted gross income.

 

Arizona Department of Revenue - Individual Income Tax Information

 

You are required to file a Minnesota income tax return if your Minnesota gross income meets the minimum filing requirement ($13,825 for 2023). 

 

Minnesota Department of Revenue - Nonresidents

 

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