Do I have to claim 1099-misc income on my pa return?

I have a 1099-misc for non-employee comp for $1289.00.  Do I add this under Misc compensation on my PA state return?  Or do I check the box that says "this income is not taxable in PA"?
  • Is the rule the same in PA as US that if you earn less than $600 from one employer (in which case they don't have to send a 1099) that you don't have to pay tax on it?
  • There is absolutely no such rule that you aren't required to report or pay tax on 1099MISC income less than any amount.  All income is taxable, whether reported on an information form (W2, 1099) or not.  Even the $1 of interest on a savings account is reportable, whether you get a 1099 or not.
If you are a PA resident, it is taxable income and should be reported.   What did you do to receive this 1099?
    It is also taxable on your federal return.
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