The two 1099's that you recieved in January of 2005 were to report the interest and dividends paid to you in 2004
. Did you NOT pay your 2004 taxes yet or did you not include these amounts on your returns ??
The "key" here is where the interest and dividends came from.
If they were not derived from a company within NY state, then no monies
need be reported to NY. If, however,the monies were recieved from a NY
company, then you would have to complete the worksheet in the
instructions for Form IT-203 .
Another question is WHEN were the monies paid ?? If the interest anddividend
were paid AFTER you left NY there is NO LIABILITY
on your part
to NY, Because at that time (after June) you were no longer a resident.
Kinda' confusing, but I think you're safe filing with just the IRS and NJ. But again, It depends on "who, what and where"!
Return if you need more help...
PS.. A good test is... To WHERE were the 1099's mailed ??