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i live in new hampshire and i had more income then mass nowfiling

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i live in new hampshire and i had more income then mass nowfiling non resident in mass the what to attach my new hampshire taxes to mass as a taxable income so now i have to pay in mass taxes on it is that right
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Stephen G. replied 5 years ago.
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No. You should not have to pay taxes in MA on anything except the income you earned in MA; unearned income is not taxed to non-residents.

What is it specifically is it that you are concerned about on the MA 1-NR form?