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Ira,
Thank you so much for your help.
I reviewed the Colorado State web site again and found that bank account interest income is not taxed by non-residents. The specific instruction for form 104PN (part year and non-residents) for line B, which is interest and dividends, states that "Non-residents enter nothing on line B". This is what I was looking for and previously had not seen.

To establish that I was not a resident should not be difficult, even though I spent 1 week as part of my vacation in Colorado.

I really appreciate all the assistance both you and Pat have given me.

pec

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