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howardbirenbaum
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Moved from Maryland to Delaware in April

I had income in Maryland when I lived there. How do I deal with Maryland and Delaware taxes now that I live and earn income in Delaware?

Thanks!

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MaryK1101
Employee Tax Expert

Moved from Maryland to Delaware in April

You will file a Part-Year Tax return for Maryland and Delaware.  A part-year resident pays tax on all income you received when you were a resident and any state source income you received as a nonresident (if any).  For example, you would report your wages to each state, 

 

If you had moved to Delaware but kept the same job in Maryland, you would have reported the Maryland resident income for the income you earned while you lived then AND the income you earned in Maryland while living in Delaware as MD nonresident income.  (Thankfully you do not have to do this).

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MaryK1101
Employee Tax Expert

Moved from Maryland to Delaware in April

You will file a Part-Year Tax return for Maryland and Delaware.  A part-year resident pays tax on all income you received when you were a resident and any state source income you received as a nonresident (if any).  For example, you would report your wages to each state, 

 

If you had moved to Delaware but kept the same job in Maryland, you would have reported the Maryland resident income for the income you earned while you lived then AND the income you earned in Maryland while living in Delaware as MD nonresident income.  (Thankfully you do not have to do this).

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howardbirenbaum
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Moved from Maryland to Delaware in April

Thank you for your prompt reply!

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