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Old 06-24-2015, 11:35 PM
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Question NY Resident - NJ College Part Time Job

Hello, this seems to be a pretty old collection of threads so I figured I'd make my own.

This is something that pertains to this 2015 calendar year (so I'm asking waaay in advance).

So I am a fresh college graduate and I earned ~2k at a part time job in NJ. I am about to move in NYC as a permanent resident (away from my home address w/ my parents in upstate NY).

My part time job paid some NJ taxes. I will be paid gross at my new incoming job (nothing taken away from my paycheck at all).

What do I do? I know multi-state gets weird. What am I supposed to do? I am getting my summarized ADP earnings statement from the part-time job.

Thank you all



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Old 06-25-2015, 05:01 AM
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So I am a fresh college graduate and I earned ~2k at a part time job in NJ. I am about to move in NYC as a permanent resident (away from my home address w/ my parents in upstate NY). My part time job paid some NJ taxes. I will be paid gross at my new incoming job (nothing taken away from my paycheck at all) .What do I do?=====>> you, as an Employee who does not have taxes withheld nor remit them personally, are still liable for these taxes and may not qualify for Social Security, Medicare, or unemployment benefits.If your employer provided you a form 1099 for the income that you earned, then you have no choice but to file your tax return as if you were self employed. That means that you will be paying both the employee and the employer share of FICA. (Social Security and Medicare tax)As a reg W2 employee, both you and your ER will owe the IRS money. Why should you not pay money you owed and your employer make up your share, when you received the salary? You can take separate action against the employer, even with the IRS, to force the employer to pay their share of FICA...but it takes a long time and the results aren't guaranteed.you need to explain how its in ERROR that the employer didn't withhold FICA. FICA is required on every single dollar of wages paid. I suspect your employer also didn't withhold your state unemployment tax as required either. Here is a link to the IRS site for your reference.

Employer and Employee Responsibilities - Employment Tax Enforcement


I know multi-state gets weird. What am I supposed to do? I am getting my summarized ADP earnings statement from the part-time job========>>>>>as you have not moved in NYC yet you are still a full year resident of NJ so you do not need to p ay any tax on your NJ income to NYC.



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