Does a copy of other state return serve as a proof for Virginia taxreturn ?


D

D Chadha

Hi,

I am a Virginia (VA) resident but worked in NJ and IL (as non-
resident). I worked with one employer and got W2 with two states
income i.e. NJ and IL. Now, I am filing taxes for 3 states:

1. NJ (as Non-Resident)
2. IL (as Non-Resident)
3. VA (as Resident)

What I understand is that first I have to file for NJ and IL. Then I
have to file for VA and attach the proof of NJ and IL tax returns
there. VA gives credit for taxes paid to other states and needs the
proof for other states.

My tax return for NJ and IL are straight forward - no additions or
subtractions. Can I eFile taxes for NJ and IL and attach the print
outs of NJ and IL return ?

My question is that by proof of returns of NJ and IL, what does it
mean ? Just a copy of tax return of NJ and IL with W2 etc., serves he
proof ?

Thanks
dchadha
 
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K

Katie

Hi,

I am a Virginia (VA) resident but worked in NJ and IL (as non-
resident). I worked with one employer and got W2 with two states
income i.e. NJ and IL. Now, I am filing taxes for 3 states:

1. NJ (as Non-Resident)
2. IL (as Non-Resident)
3. VA (as Resident)

What I understand is that first I have to file for NJ and IL. Then I
have to file for VA and attach the proof of NJ and IL tax returns
there. VA gives credit for taxes paid to other states and needs the
proof for other states.

My tax return for NJ and IL are straight forward - no additions or
subtractions. Can I eFile taxes for NJ and IL and attach the print
outs of NJ and IL return ?

My question is that by proof of returns of NJ and IL, what does it
mean ?  Just a copy of tax return of NJ and IL with W2 etc., serves he
proof ?

Thanks
dchadha

Yes, just attach a hard copy of what you filed electronically.

Katie in San Diego
 

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