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Subject: Re: Do I need to file TWO state returns? Date: 3/19/2000 1:03 PM
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I moved from New York State to Wisconsin during the course of last year. I have completed my IT-203 (Nonresident/Part-Year Resident) for New York. My question is, do I need to also file a state return for Wisconsin? I ask this because as a student, I did not earn any job-related income from Wisconsin in 1999, and I paid estimated taxes to the state of New York. My only other income for 1999 comes from dividends on stocks, interest (on cash reserves in my investment portfolio) and some capital gains, all of which I reported on both my federal and New York state forms.
So, do I need to file for Wisconsin, where I've lived since July '99, or can I escape from this potential requirement?


All income received while a resident of Wisconsin should be reported to them on a Part-Year Resident return. You need to allocate the interest, dividends and capital gains by time frame of which state you were in instead of simply filing it all under New York.
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