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irwin3712
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If I worked in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, do I pay state taxes to both states?

 
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re2boys
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If I worked in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, do I pay state taxes to both states?

Since PA and NJ have a reciprocal agreement,you only report wages on your resident state return. This only applies to W2 wages.

 However, for example, if you lived in PA  but had a store or rental in NJ, you would then file a NJ nonresident return, possibly pay taxes on that income.  Then you would file a PA resident return reporting all income, but take a credit on your PA return for any income taxes paid to NJ.

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