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gake1
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

 
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ToddL
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

It appears you do have to file a North Dakota Tax return. North Dakota has a very simple, but strict, filing requirement for non-residents:

A nonresident of North Dakota is required to file a North Dakota individual income tax return if the individual (1) is required to file a federal individual income tax for the tax year and (2) has any gross income from North Dakota sources.

"Gross income from North Dakota sources" includes compensation for services performed in North Dakota, such as wages, salaries, tips, commissions, and fees; income from tangible property in North Dakota, such as rents, oil and gas royalties, and gain from the sale or exchange of the property; income from a trade or business carried on in North Dakota, whether as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or S corporation; income from an estate or trust, but only to the extent the income is derived from tangible property or a trade or business in North Dakota; income from gambling activity carried on in North Dakota; and unemployment compensation attributable to previous employment in North Dakota. 

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ToddL
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

Did you receive a Form W-2G, with any tax withheld - state or federal?
gake1
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

i recieved  form w-2g  -  but no taxes were taken out (state or federal)
gake1
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

also my loses at this casino exceeded my $1200 win
ToddL
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

OK. Strictly speaking, you have to file a ND tax return and there aren't any offsets for gambling losses. Your tax on $1200 would be $13
Here are the links to the ND non-resident tax return (very simple) and the tax tables. I can't tell you to not file, but I can tell you it would be much less expensive to fill out the form yourself and mail it to ND with a $13 check.

<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.nd.gov/tax/data/upfiles/media/schedule-nd-1nr-2016.pdf?20170323141643">https://www.nd.go...>
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.nd.gov/tax/data/upfiles/media/tax-tables-only_1.pdf?20170323141606">https://www.nd.gov/t...>
ToddL
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

Hope this helps!
ToddL
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I am a minnesota resident who lost more than the $1200 jackpot that i won last summer in the same north dakota casino. do i have to file a north dakota income form???

It appears you do have to file a North Dakota Tax return. North Dakota has a very simple, but strict, filing requirement for non-residents:

A nonresident of North Dakota is required to file a North Dakota individual income tax return if the individual (1) is required to file a federal individual income tax for the tax year and (2) has any gross income from North Dakota sources.

"Gross income from North Dakota sources" includes compensation for services performed in North Dakota, such as wages, salaries, tips, commissions, and fees; income from tangible property in North Dakota, such as rents, oil and gas royalties, and gain from the sale or exchange of the property; income from a trade or business carried on in North Dakota, whether as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or S corporation; income from an estate or trust, but only to the extent the income is derived from tangible property or a trade or business in North Dakota; income from gambling activity carried on in North Dakota; and unemployment compensation attributable to previous employment in North Dakota. 

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