How do I file if I moved to a different state last year?

Modified on Wed, 24 Jan 2024 at 04:43 AM

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For the year of your move, you'll file a part-year resident tax return in each state, but don’t worry - you won't have to pay double the state tax. Each state will look at the income you've earned while you were living there, but most states don't look at the income earned elsewhere.  

 

Take a look at the bottom of your W-2. If you didn’t need to change jobs when you moved, your W-2 should show how much income and taxes were applied to each state.

 

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