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tywtax1
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I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

 
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SweetieJean
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I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

 https://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/file/nonresidents.htm

You must declare all of your income on your NJ resident return.  WA does not have a state income tax.

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xmasbaby0
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

All of your W-2's must be entered on your federal return. Every W-2 that you received must be reported on your federal tax return, even if they are for small amounts.  Remember that each one of those W-2’s has your Social Security number on it, and that income was reported to the IRS by the employer.
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SweetieJean
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

That is correct.
tywtax1
New Member

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

Thank you.
SweetieJean
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

 https://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/file/nonresidents.htm

You must declare all of your income on your NJ resident return.  WA does not have a state income tax.

rjs
Level 15
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

Based on the information you have given and the rules at the link that SweetieJean gave you, you have to file a New York nonresident tax return, in addition to your NJ resident tax return. If you have any New York income at all, no matter how little, you have to file a New York return if your FEDERAL income is more than the New York standard deduction, which it is.

Did you live in New Jersey all year? I'm just wondering because you didn't explain how you had income from Washington while living in New Jersey. If you did not live in NJ all year, your tax filing situation may be a little more complicated.
SweetieJean
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

or did you telecommute for a NJ company?
SweetieJean
Level 15

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

tywtax1
New Member

I live in New Jersey. I have Washington state income for over $20k, and two NYC W2's for $466 and $198. Do I have to file the two NYC returns?

Thank you

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