NY state tax on IRA distribution


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I was a NJ resident when I made contributions to a Keogh account that I rolled over to a traditional IRA. The contributions were tax deductible for federal income tax, but not deductible for NJ state income tax. Now that I have to take IRA distributions, and having moved to NY, how can I avoid having to pay NY state tax on the distributions from the contributions that were already taxed by NJ.
 
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I might be wrong but I doubt you can avoid NY tax. You pay tax base on where you live when you take the distribution.
 

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