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I live in NJ and work in NY. My 2010 gross pay was $197,136.

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I live in NJ and work in NY. My 2010 gross pay was $197,136. Fed income tax withheld by my employer was $44,431.25 / NY state tax withheld was $12,855.60. Will I have to pay additional NJ state tax?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  RD replied 5 years ago.

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If you are a resident of NJ than you are required to file a tax return in NJ and report your world wide income in NJ. YOu can claim a credit for tax paid in NY against your NJ State tax liability and hence, you would not end up paying double tax on the same income.

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