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Old 04-11-2011, 07:25 PM
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Need to file taxes for two states?


I live in North Carolina. Yesterday, I did my federal and state taxes. This year I received a settlement from a class action suit against my first employer when I lived in New Mexico. The settlement was around $500. On the W2 the law firm sent me line 16 (State Wages and tips) is listed as $37.50. But, line 17 (State Income Tax) is blank. I was wondering if I need to worry about filing New Mexico state taxes in addition to Federal and state taxes for North Carolina, or is the fact that line 17 is blank does that mean I don't need to bother with it? Is it maybe too small of an amount? If I do need to file taxes with the state of New Mexico do I just use their regular e-file thingy or do I need to do something special since I live in a different state? Thank you so much! I'm totally lost!

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