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mspigner-usc
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Out of state wages

I made a small amount of money from a company located in NY but I did not reside there. Do I have to file taxes with NY as well as my state of residence?
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CherylW
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Out of state wages

As a nonresident, you must have made more than your NY standard deduction to be required to file:

2016 standard deductions

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Filing status
Standard deduction amount
(1)Single (and can be claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer's federal return)$  3,100
(1)Single (and cannot be claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer's federal return)$  7,950
(2)Married filing joint return$15,950
(3)Married filing separate return$ 7,950
(4)Head of household (with qualifying person)$11,150
(5)Qualifying widow(er) with dependent child$15,950

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CherylW
Level 3

Out of state wages

As a nonresident, you must have made more than your NY standard deduction to be required to file:

2016 standard deductions

The table below may contain content too wide for the screen. To view all of its content, please use the scrollbar at the bottom of the table, or scroll the table itself if using a touch device.

Filing status
Standard deduction amount
(1)Single (and can be claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer's federal return)$  3,100
(1)Single (and cannot be claimed as a dependent on another taxpayer's federal return)$  7,950
(2)Married filing joint return$15,950
(3)Married filing separate return$ 7,950
(4)Head of household (with qualifying person)$11,150
(5)Qualifying widow(er) with dependent child$15,950

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