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I am filing taxes in California as a resident but received Unemployment Insurance from Massachusetts (1099-G). Do I need to file in Massachusetts as a non-resident also?

 
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DaveF1006
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I am filing taxes in California as a resident but received Unemployment Insurance from Massachusetts (1099-G). Do I need to file in Massachusetts as a non-resident also?

Yes you will need to file a Massachusetts non-resident return to report that income. 

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Anonymous
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I am filing taxes in California as a resident but received Unemployment Insurance from Massachusetts (1099-G). Do I need to file in Massachusetts as a non-resident also?

Thank you so much for your reply! Much appreciated. 

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