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sianestevens
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I lived in PA for 3 months and IL for 9 months but received income from PA for the entire year. How do I file?

 
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KarenL2
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I lived in PA for 3 months and IL for 9 months but received income from PA for the entire year. How do I file?

IF you actually moved, you will file a tax return as a part-year resident for each state.  It's a good idea to prepare the state you moved "from" prior to the state to which you moved so you can get any applicable credits for taxes paid to the other state.  It you earned income from PA (while traveling to PA but not living there) you will include that on the PA tax return.  If this is just with a PA based employer from whom you receive a W-2, then you can allocate the income based on where you lived. 

How do I file if I moved to a different state last year?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302342

 

IF you did not move, but were only in one state temporarily for work, then you will file a Resident return for the state which is your permanent residence, and a Non-resident return for the other state.

How to file a non-resident state return?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052

 

If you regularly live in both states, then your resident state is the state in which you have established a "permanent" residence.  To determine permanent residency, some things that would be considered are owning a home, where your driver's license is from, and where you are registered to vote.




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KarenL2
Level 5

I lived in PA for 3 months and IL for 9 months but received income from PA for the entire year. How do I file?

IF you actually moved, you will file a tax return as a part-year resident for each state.  It's a good idea to prepare the state you moved "from" prior to the state to which you moved so you can get any applicable credits for taxes paid to the other state.  It you earned income from PA (while traveling to PA but not living there) you will include that on the PA tax return.  If this is just with a PA based employer from whom you receive a W-2, then you can allocate the income based on where you lived. 

How do I file if I moved to a different state last year?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302342

 

IF you did not move, but were only in one state temporarily for work, then you will file a Resident return for the state which is your permanent residence, and a Non-resident return for the other state.

How to file a non-resident state return?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052

 

If you regularly live in both states, then your resident state is the state in which you have established a "permanent" residence.  To determine permanent residency, some things that would be considered are owning a home, where your driver's license is from, and where you are registered to vote.




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