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Old 09-13-2017, 10:54 AM
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MD and NY taxes

I am a resident of Maryland and I have a contractual position for 3 days work every week in New York. I would appreciate any information on if I have to pay taxes in both States or one and which one and what would those taxes be. thanks



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Old 09-13-2017, 09:21 PM
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Reciprocal agreements between states allow residents of one state to work in other states without having to file nonresident tax returns there;no Reciprocal agreements between MD and NYS, so, you usually neeeed to pay tax on your NYS source income to NYS and claim it on your home state return in MD.So,basically, You need to file your return to MD as a full year resident and to NYS as a non-resident.As a nonresident of NYS, you are subject to New York State tax on income you received from New York State sources.As you have income that is taxed in NYS, check MD Form 502CR to determine if you are eligible for a tax credit( you can often claim your NYS taxes as tax credits on your MD tax return.) Be sure to include your completed Form 502CR with your MD return, along with a copy of the return you filed with the other state



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