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Old 12-20-2010, 10:32 AM
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Live in MD Work in NY

All right, here's my situation. I am going to start working for a firm in NY early next year. But my family will stay in MD for a while so I plan to come back to MD every weekend. I guess I can still claim MD as my residency --- I do share an apartment with someone in NY during the week.

I wonder in my situation whether I can continue filing my taxes in MD? I guess I would have to file some documents to the NY state because my company would be withholding taxes for NY by default.

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Old 12-21-2010, 07:01 AM
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" I guess I can still claim MD as my residency.I wonder in my situation whether I can continue filing my taxes in MD? I guess I would have to file some documents to the NY state because my company would be withholding taxes for NY by default "---->You need to file your return to Maryland as a full yea 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 Maryland 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 Maryland return, along with a copy of the return you filed with the other state.



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