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Do I have to fill in a NJ state tax Form?

Do I have to fill in a NJ state tax Form?

Old Feb 3rd 2012, 8:35 pm
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Default Do I have to fill in a NJ state tax Form?

Hi all

I was just wondering if I have to fill in a NJ state tax form this year as I received my W2 from my employer and it said I paid tax in NJ

I live and work in MA, pay my state tax and know I have to fill in a state return - have done for the last 9 years, but I am doing a 6 month contract with the company based in NJ but still working in MA - this is the first contract position I have done over her so not sure how the tax works with the company in NJ.

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Old Feb 3rd 2012, 9:26 pm
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Default Re: Do I have to fill in a NJ state tax Form?

I think you have to file a NJ state tax return.

I live in MD but work in VA. I don't have to file a VA tax return because the 2 states have a reciprocal agreement. It doesn't look like NJ and MA have a reciprocal agreement though.

http://taxes.about.com/od/statetaxes...agreements.htm

Do your taxes in this order:

1. Federal
2. Non-resident state (i.e. NJ)
3. Resident State (i.e. MA)
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