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Old 04-20-2009, 04:05 PM
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Working in NJ living in NJ

Hi I have been working in NJ for about 3 years and living in NYC. I have been paying NJ Taxes and NY state/city taxes.

Why do I have to pay NJ taxes if I am not living there? Also, my refund from NJ is not anywhere compare to what I pay in taxes for NJ why is that?


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