I moved from NJ to NV in April 2019. I forgot to notify the Pension company to change the address until the beginning of 2020. As a result, I now received two 1099-R, one for NV, and one for NJ.
NV has no state tax, no state tax return to file.
NJ has state tax, but I am not Part-Year Residents. It was just that the pension company changed address late. Should I file the NJ state tax return?
Check the NJ 1099-R. If NJ tax was withheld, you would want to file a NJ return to have the tax refunded. Otherwise you have no need to file in NJ, because they won't tax your income anyways. In a worst-case scenario where they ask for a return, you can provide proof of your 2020 full-year Nevada residency, and that should satisfy them.
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