Sign Up

Why sign in to the Community?

  • Submit a question
  • Check your notifications
or and start working on your taxes
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
danmalandro
Returning Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

does income earned in another state get added to NY State return?W2 

1 Best answer

Accepted Solutions
ChristinaS
New Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

Your home/ resident state taxes 100% of your income, earned anywhere. You get a credit on your home state return for taxes paid to the state that you work in.

Inside Turbo Tax, work on the return of the state that you work in (but do not live in) first.

If you live in NY, yes, your NY return should show all of your income. Do you have a more specific question?

View solution in original post

6 Replies
ChristinaS
New Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

Your home/ resident state taxes 100% of your income, earned anywhere. You get a credit on your home state return for taxes paid to the state that you work in.

Inside Turbo Tax, work on the return of the state that you work in (but do not live in) first.

If you live in NY, yes, your NY return should show all of your income. Do you have a more specific question?

View solution in original post

danmalandro
Returning Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

So, an additional tax return will need to be filed to the state worked in which will require another TurboTax software purchase, is that correct?
ChristinaS
New Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

Another state purchase, yes.
danmalandro
Returning Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

A follow-up - Only $1,000 was earned in the state worked, which is CA. Is there a minimum income requirement in CA for filing purposes or I still have to file regardless of the amount?
ChristinaS
New Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

You probably have to file CA. As with most states, your income anywhere also impacts your requirement to file CA, even if CA source is low.
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.ftb.ca.gov/forms/2016/16_540nrbk.pdf">https://www.ftb.ca.gov/forms/2016/16_540nrbk.pdf</...>
See the chart on Page 3. Your CA gross/ adjusted gross is essentially a federal number, just might be more or less due to CA differences. If, for instance, you are single with no dependents.. you would have to file if CA AGI is $13,728. If your federal AGI is $40,000, the CA AGI won't likely be that much different.
tbychkov
New Member

Is income earned in your state of residence if it was earned in another state

My daughter lived in CA until August, and them moved to CO. I did her CA state return first and then CO. Now I don't see a credit for the tax paid in CO on CA return. How do I change it?
Dynamic AdsDynamic Ads
Privacy Settings
v