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I made $2890 on our farm in Alabama in 2015, but I live in

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I made $2890 on our farm in Alabama in 2015, but I live in Tennessee can I just file it as farm income on my taxes?
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Customer: I made $2890 from produce sales on our farm in Alabama in 2015, but I live and work in TN. How do I file the extra 2890?
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Customer: I don't know, is there something else that he needs to know? I just wanted to make I file all income that's about it.
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Robin D. replied 7 months ago.


You need to use Schedule F to report the farm activity. This would be attached to your federal return. If the farm is in Alabama then you may need to file a nonresident Alabama return.

Nonresidents must file a return if Alabama income exceeds the allowable prorated personal exemption. This means that your Alabama percentage of income is used for the exemption amount too.

Expert:  Robin D. replied 7 months ago.

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