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mccline32
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I earned less than $1000 in NY as a nonresident. Do I still need to file NY State Taxes?

 
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Cindy0H
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I earned less than $1000 in NY as a nonresident. Do I still need to file NY State Taxes?

It doesn't look like it. This is from New York:

New York State nonresidents and part-year residents:

You must file Form IT-203 if you meet any of the following conditions:

  • You have income from a NewYork source and your New York AGI (Federal amount column) is more than your New York State standard deduction.

    New York State standard deduction table

    Filing status                                                            Standard Deduction

    Single and you marked item C Yes ...................... $3,100 

    Single and you marked item C No .........................$8,000 

    Married filing joint return ........................................$16,050 

    Married filing separate return .................................$8,000 

    Head of household (with qualifying person) ........... $11,200 

    Qualifying widow(er) .............................................. $16,050


    Complete nonresident instructions:

    https://www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/current_forms/it/it203i.pdf

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