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Hello and thank yo for using Just Answer.If you are a New Jersey resident and Pennsylvania income tax was withheld from wages you earned there, you must file a Pennsylvania return to obtain a refund. To stop the withholding of Pennsylvania income tax, New Jersey residents who receive compensation from Pennsylvania must complete Form REV-420, Employee's Statement of Nonresidence in Pennsylvania and Authorization to Withhold Other State’s Income Tax, and give it to their employer.I sincerely XXXXX XXXXX information is helpful,
Please note that the New Jersey/Pennsylvania Reciprocal Agreement does not apply to the income or wage tax imposed and collected by the City of Philadelphia or any other municipality in Pennsylvania. Thus, a New Jersey resident who works in Philadelphia and pays city wage taxes may claim a credit for the taxes paid to Philadelphia.
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