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I just moved to Pennsylvania from NYC start of May, but still work in NYC. My work has an option to put in a Pennsylvania PSD, what should I do?

My work has an option to put in a Pennsylvania PSD, along with a work PSD. My work automatically put 880000 on both, and I was looking it up online, that that code is meant for locations outside of Pennsylvania as the PSD is only for Pennsylvania. I changed the resident PSD code to my code in Bensalem Township where my new house is (looked it up on the official PSD locator), and kept the work PSD as 880000. Just wanted to know if that was the right move, or should I revert it to 880000 for both? I still work in NYC and return to Pennsylvania, and I see that my payslips still show NYC taxes, which I'm assuming I have to claim as a credit during tax season as a part-time resident after May. Don't want to mess up any of my tax reporting in the future, so any additional advice for that future tax season is welcome. Thank you! 

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TomD8
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I just moved to Pennsylvania from NYC start of May, but still work in NYC. My work has an option to put in a Pennsylvania PSD, what should I do?

"I changed the resident PSD code to my code in Bensalem Township where my new house is (looked it up on the official PSD locator), and kept the work PSD as 880000." 

 

According to this website, that was the correct thing for you to do:

https://keystonecollects.com/faq/out-of-state-employer-pa-resident-employeesfile-quarterly-returns/

 

BTW, non-residents of NYC are not liable for the NYC income tax.  Since you now live in PA, you should ask your employer to cease withholding for NYC.  You are still liable for NY state income tax on your earnings from work you perform within New York State, so you do want your employer to continue withholding NY state income tax for you.

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.

I just moved to Pennsylvania from NYC start of May, but still work in NYC. My work has an option to put in a Pennsylvania PSD, what should I do?

Thank you Tom, that's very helpful info! Will request that from my company's payroll!

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