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I live in New York But I work in New Jersey Do I pay NY ...

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I live in New York
But I work in New Jersey
Do I pay NY taxes?

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New York, New York

Submitted: 11 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  R. Greg Paszkiewicz replied 11 years ago.
You have to file both state returns. You'll pay NJ as a nonresident based only on your income earned in NJ. You'll file NY with all of your income from whatever source and you'll get a credit on your NY return for the NJ taxes you paid.