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BARBOLEARY (talk|edits) said:

6 March 2007
I have a client who was on active duty in the military in 2006. She lived in VA all year. She has income from being on Military Active Duty from the State of TN. TN says that unless interest and dividends are more than $1,250 and they retained a residence in TN, they are not required to file.

The W-2 shows TN but no taxable income for her W-2 wages. Normally when you do a part-year or NR return, you can allocate income/deductions on the Part-Year or NR worksheets and this carries over to the State returns.

Since she technically does not have to file a TN return, how do I make adjustments on the VA return to just reflect VA income and not VA and TN income?

Bushmaster (talk|edits) said:

6 March 2007
If your client is from Tennessee and has Tennessee as a home of record, there is no requirement to file a tax return for Virginia. The A/D pay is from DFAS, not from Tennessee. Your client is also not a resident of Virginia unless they changed it during the year.

BARBOLEARY (talk|edits) said:

6 March 2007
Thanks.

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