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STxRedBaron
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RPD-41359?

I live in Tx and work remote for company in Florida as a computer programming consultant.  This year I spend a week consulting in New Mexico on behalf of the company so also received a separate 1099 for the week I spent in NM.  I specified the two 1099 on for Tx and the other for New Mexico.  I think I did something wrong cause it’s asking to fill out an RPD-41359 form.  I did not have any withholding on my Nm 1099.  Should I fill it out with zero amount?

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DianeC958
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RPD-41359?

Yes, if you are an S-Corp, LLC or other organized business entity.

 

If you use your own name and Social Security number for your business, you do not need to file this form. 

 

You will need to file a non-resident state income tax return for New Mexico, since you earned income in the state.

 

You only need to pay tax to New Mexico for the amount you earned while you were working in New Mexico.

 

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STxRedBaron
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RPD-41359?

Something is not right, TT is saying I owe 2569 from the 4,695 earn in NM

and I owe 18,944 from 86,885 earn in TX and this looks about right, but the NM is way too much.  I did click on Non-Resident when asked about earning money in another state under the Personal Info area.

 

This can't be right....

 

ThomasM125
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RPD-41359?

You need to make sure in the New Mexico return that you indicated that you had business income there and that you correctly report the portion of your income that belongs to New Mexico:

 

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