summer internship out of state


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hkhan

I worked in NYC for a summer internship (2008), and am a permanent
resident of MD. I filed MD, NY and NYC taxes for 2008. I owed MD
taxes on the income I earned in NY, but thought I would receive a full
return for taxes I paid to NY and NYC. Apparently, NY state is saying
I will not receive the full return, but only a portion of it because I
still lived in NY for the summer. Is this correct? Should I claim
these taxes back from MD? Please help.
 
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Phillip Marti

hkhan said:
I worked in NYC for a summer internship (2008), and am a permanent
resident of MD. I filed MD, NY and NYC taxes for 2008. I owed MD
taxes on the income I earned in NY, but thought I would receive a full
return for taxes I paid to NY and NYC.
You thought wrong. When in such a situation, do the nonresident (NY) return
first. You'll then know how much tax you paid to that state. Then you do
your resident return (MD), on which you get a credit for the taxes paid to
NY.

It sounds like you need to amend your MD return. You can do that through
their website.
 
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Katie

I worked in NYC for a summer internship (2008), and am a permanent
resident of MD.  I filed MD, NY and NYC taxes for 2008.  I owed MD
taxes on the income I earned in NY, but thought I would receive a full
return for taxes I paid to NY and NYC.  Apparently, NY state is saying
I will not receive the full return, but only a portion of it because I
still lived in NY for the summer.  Is this correct?  Should I claim
these taxes back from MD?  Please help.

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As Phil says, you should file an amended MD return to claim credit for
the tax you pay to NY State.

However, you probably also need to file an amended NY state return
(IT-203X). You were not a NY resident for any part of the year; you
were a full year nonresident. You did have NY source income, which is
subject to NY state income tax. However, nonresidents are not subject
to the NYC personal income tax, and you should receive a refund of the
entire amount paid to NYC.

You should prepare your amended NY return first to determine the
correct amount of tax due. That is the amount for which MD will give
you credit, limited to the proportion of your MD tax liability that
relates to the NY source income.

Katie in San Diego
 
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summer work in a non state income tax state

What happens if the summer internship state is a no state income state, like Texas.
The person resides in MD. Will the person need to pay state income tax from the salary earned in Texas?
 

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