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mazda8u
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I live in DC and worked in MD. My employer was not withholding state income tax from DC or MD. Do I only need to pay DC state taxes on that income? How do I do that?

Right now, from my personal information and W2s, Turbotax is making my do a MD State Return. I don't think I need to be and instead the income from MD should be taxed by DC only because of the reciprocal agreement. Help!
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TomD8
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I live in DC and worked in MD. My employer was not withholding state income tax from DC or MD. Do I only need to pay DC state taxes on that income? How do I do that?

MD and DC have tax reciprocity with regard to W-2 wages.  If you are a full-year resident of DC and you work in MD, your W-2 wages are not subject to MD income tax.  You need only file a DC tax return.  For tax purposes, your MD earnings are considered DC income, and are taxable by DC.  If you entered MD in the Other State Income section of Personal Info, change it to No Entry.

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