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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

 
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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

Yes. If you claim MA as your state of residence in TurboTax, all state income from all sources (including NH) will be included on your MA resident state income tax return.

Since you will not have an NH state income tax filing, just check that you selected "no" to " Did you make money in any other states?" under the Personal Information section in TurboTax (see screenshots)


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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

Can I change that after I've already selected YES?
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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

Correct. Go back in and change it to no under the personal info tab
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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

I have the same situation, is this still true?  I don't have to file state return for NH just MA since I live and work in MA?
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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

I also live in MA and work in NH but I pay MA income taxes from my check. NH told me to file unemployment in MA and MA says to file in NH. Does anyone know who is right. If I'm paying MA taxes shouldn't I file in MA? Please Help

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I live in Massachusetts, but work in New Hampshire. Does turbotax take that into account? My W2 for NH doesn't show a massachusetts tax.

@BigApple251 -- According to the US Department of Labor, you should file for unemployment in the state where you worked.

https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/unemployment-insurance

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.**

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