Originally Posted by YeeYee
#1;I lived in Nebraska. Consulted for a company in Ohio.
I moved to Texas. Continued consulting for Ohio company.
My 1099-Misc shows the total income, but lists my state as Texas.
Texas does require state income tax.
#2;So, do I file non-resident Ohio taxes?
#3;Non-resident Nebraska taxes?
#4;Or since the 1099-Misc shows TX, do I need to file any state-level taxes?
#1;no state income tax in TX;
#2;As mentioned previously, unless you were physically present in Ohio, you are not subject o Ohio state tax. So aslongas you worked(physically present) in Ohio, then you must pay tax to Ohio on your 1099incoem that you earned in Ohio as a nonresidemnt of Ohio.
#3;You moved to TX from Nebraska during the year of 2013, then you need to pay tax on your income that you earned in Nebrasaka to Nebrasaka as a PART YEAR RESIDENT, NOT AS A NONRESIDENT OF NEBRASKA, also you do not need to pay tax to TX on your income that you earned in TX as TX is one of the 9 states states Without an Income Tax. Aslongas you itemize your deductions on Sch A of 1040, you can deduct your state tax that you paid to Nebraska on your 2013 return
Note;Usually you have to pay taxes on where you live, and where you physically work;so, provided you are working remotely for a company, you should only have to pay income taxes to the state you live and physically work in
#4;as mentioned above