Hi! I recently moved from NY to GA and not sure if you’re familiar with the tax laws. I moved to GA Jan 2021, but continued to go back and forth between here and NY. Would I have to file my taxes twice? For NY and GA? If so, is this something that is possible to do through FlyFin?
Melonie • Multi professional
If you have a regular and dedicated place at your home for your freelancing work then you can claim a portion of Rent, Utilities, House repairs and maintenance, Home insurance etc. as home office deduction. For example, if your work area is 200 sq ft and the house area is 2000 sq ft, then you’d be able to deduct up to 10% of the Rent, Utilities, House repairs and maintenance, home insurance etc. An individual who lives in one state but works in another may have tax liability in both states, but typically will receive a tax credit in their state of residence to eliminate double taxation of that income. If you were a full-year or part-year resident of New York State and you had income sourced to and taxed by another state you may claim a nonrefundable resident credit against your New York State tax. Please book the CPA call for filing your 2021 tax returns in the FlyFin App.
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