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joy-nickel6
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Hello, total wages were $ 486.08 at dicks sporting goods (part time job/moved from texas to NC) and owe $452 in state taxes.. thats 93%.

The rest of my income was $15627.03 from kinder care in texas.

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SteamTrain
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Hello, total wages were $ 486.08 at dicks sporting goods (part time job/moved from texas to NC) and owe $452 in state taxes.. thats 93%.

1)  Finish ALL of the Federal section first...every scrap and pay no attention to the  NC balance due.  Make sure the Federal is error checked.

2) THEN...when you go thru the NC interview you will be asked to allocate what income belongs to NC. It is at that point that you will be able to tag that TX W-2 as NOT NC Source Income, and most, or all of the NC taxes will disappear.  In your income allocations, any income received after you moved to NC will be NC source income.  Don't forget any bank interest, investment dividends, capital gains during the months you lived in NC.  Any removals of IRA or pension $ AFTER you had moved to NC would also be NC income..if you did that.

The third column NC income while nonresident would all be zeroes (usually)...that third column is only for people who happen to work in NC, while living in another state.  (you didn't have NC income while living in TX did you?)

____________*Answers are correct to the best of my knowledge when posted, but should not be considered to be legal or official tax advice.*

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SteamTrain
Level 15

Hello, total wages were $ 486.08 at dicks sporting goods (part time job/moved from texas to NC) and owe $452 in state taxes.. thats 93%.

1)  Finish ALL of the Federal section first...every scrap and pay no attention to the  NC balance due.  Make sure the Federal is error checked.

2) THEN...when you go thru the NC interview you will be asked to allocate what income belongs to NC. It is at that point that you will be able to tag that TX W-2 as NOT NC Source Income, and most, or all of the NC taxes will disappear.  In your income allocations, any income received after you moved to NC will be NC source income.  Don't forget any bank interest, investment dividends, capital gains during the months you lived in NC.  Any removals of IRA or pension $ AFTER you had moved to NC would also be NC income..if you did that.

The third column NC income while nonresident would all be zeroes (usually)...that third column is only for people who happen to work in NC, while living in another state.  (you didn't have NC income while living in TX did you?)

____________*Answers are correct to the best of my knowledge when posted, but should not be considered to be legal or official tax advice.*
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