If I do end up filing a federal return, with a zero tax liability, should I also file a state return (we are in New Jersey) with zero liability as well?IMO, go ahead and file both.It's only going to cost you a few cents to print out the pages and the cost of a stamp to send it in.(Would I pay $8 or whatever for e-file? No.)
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