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Old 04-11-2018, 05:51 PM
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Worked in CT, part-year resident in NY and CT


In 2017 I worked in CT the entire year. I lived in NY for the first 5 months and then moved to CT for the rest of the year.

I did my return with Turbo Tax but it is now telling me I owe about $1k to NY and I will be getting back about $1k from CT. I believe my tax was properly withheld the entire year, and I notified HR when I made my move from NY to CT

My total withheld for CT was about $3000 and total withheld to NY was about $250. keep in mind I didn't earn any of this income in NY. It feels like the system is telling me I owe too much to NY, and I'd like to confirm the correct order of operations for filing in this situation. Believe you are supposed to do your non-resident state first (NY), and then that gets used as a credit against your resident state (CT- state living in on 31 Dec) return?

Thank you

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