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taptout
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Part Year NY state

I moved from AZ to NY in July. My understanding is that as long as I lived in NY less than 183 days, I'll be taxed AZ income in AZ and NY income in NY. I entered the information correctly in "My Info" and in the state tax information. I entered NY residence began on 7/5/2019, which is 179 days. None the less, turbo tax used ALL of my income for the entire year, including AZ income as NY taxable income, and taxed me for it. 

I answered all of the questions correctly in the state returns as far as which income was earned in which state etc...

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JotikaT2
Expert Alumni

Part Year NY state

It isn't including the entire federal income in your New York calculation though.

 

The forms make it appear that it is going directly from the Federal amounts to the state amounts.  But there are adjustments made before you see the state amount.  The state will only tax you based upon your New York source income.

 

I have attached a blank Form IT-203.  If you look at page 2, you will be able to see how it breaks it out between the federal amounts and the New York amount.  At the bottom of that page, you can see the adjustments made to reach the New York amounts.

 

Blank NY-IT-203 Nonresident form

 

 

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taptout
Returning Member

Part Year NY state

I've copied and pasted below. I earned 12,000 in Arizona as an Arizona Resident. Then I moved here and earned 12,000 in New York as a New York resident. 

As you can see...New York is taxing me on the full 24,000. 

It says its filing me as a part year resident, so I can only guess a 203b is done. But I can't look at the actual documents. I can't print them or anything, unless I'm ready to file. 

At some point it asks if I've filed a 203 for multiple years to which I answered no. 

 

Amount we start with for New York
(federal adjusted gross income)
$24,763 
    
 What we can subtract  
 - Standard deduction$8,000 
    
 
 

 

 
    
 Amount taxed by New York$16,763 
    
 
 

 

 
 

 

Taxes  
 Starting amount$770 
 New York Income Factor0.5226 
 Allocated NYS tax$402 
    
 Money they give you back
(credits)
 
 - Household Credit- $21 
    
 Money you already gave them
(tax payments)
 
 - State Tax Withholding$481 
    
 
 

 

 
    
 Your New York Refund=$100 
   
MaryK1101
Expert Alumni

Part Year NY state

The New York Income Factor shows that 52.2% of your annual income was from New York- applied to $770 total tax and you paid $402.  @taptout

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