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Just one more thing dmeredit -- You would have to count any days spent in NY at your new job as New York days, even for purposes of the severance from your old job. Remember, what they're looking for is total NY income for the year, and a count of your total days (or parts of a day) in New York at any job. It looks like there was about a month in June/July where you were still getting severance from the old job but had started work at the new job. Those days wouldn't be excludable non working days for purposes of the income from the severance pay, because you were in New York working at your new job. They'd just be NY days.
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