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Author: nml Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121096  
Subject: Multiple states? Date: 4/12/2010 9:07 PM
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Hey All,

My 22 yo college student worked a 5-6 week tutoring program at Penn State this summer and then received a W-2 for $700 from the sponsoring company (Summer Study Programs Inc) which is located in Melville, NY. She didn't make enough to come anywhere close to owing anything on her Fed or NC return (completed through TT).

She is a full time student, resident in NC, claimed as my dependent and files as single. Besides filing a NC State return, do I need to also file a NY State return for her?

If I do, I (googled NY forms and) downloaded one titled "IT-203 for Nonresident and Part-Year Resident"...would this be the one I need to fill out?

I would normally just do it all through TT, but I hate to pay $50 for an extra state form that I don't need. Also, I really hate to fill it out manually if it isn't needed.....I don't think this is the time for me to learn to use Tax Tables (by comparing NY stuff to her Federal return) and learn to do things by the pencil and paper method..

many thanks in advance for answers..

Mick
(yeah, guess I'm cheaper than I should be)
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