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melsteve086
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My son is an Ohio resident working in New York City this semester. His employer is withholding Ohio state taxes, but not NY taxes from his checks. Is this correct?

 He worked in NYC last year for another employer, and they withhold NY not Ohio (and he filed nonresident NY return and Ohio resident return where he got credit for NY taxes). It seems the employer this year isn't doing it correctly? Shouldn't the be withholding for NY taxes (not Ohio)?

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Hal_Al
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My son is an Ohio resident working in New York City this semester. His employer is withholding Ohio state taxes, but not NY taxes from his checks. Is this correct?

No. They should withhold NY. He will have to file an NY non-resident return and pay NY. He then files an Ohio resident return, claiming ALL his income, but  claims a credit, or partial credit,  for the tax he paid NY.

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Hal_Al
Level 15

My son is an Ohio resident working in New York City this semester. His employer is withholding Ohio state taxes, but not NY taxes from his checks. Is this correct?

No. They should withhold NY. He will have to file an NY non-resident return and pay NY. He then files an Ohio resident return, claiming ALL his income, but  claims a credit, or partial credit,  for the tax he paid NY.

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