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They want your current address. The purpose of the address is to know where to send correspondence to you (if they have any questions), as well as things like a refund check (if, say, a direct deposit failed for some reason, or your math was wrong and you get a refund you weren't expecting). It's not there to determine residency for tax purposes or anything ...


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Well, I decided that I might just try calling up the state and seeing what they said. The person I talked to at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue was quite helpful and said that as long as the amount from the brokerage came on a normal 1099-INT, and it was due to being from a Massachusetts bank, that that portion of the income does indeed count as "...


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As you live in California, you'll need to file the IT-2014 form for New York, and you will be considered a part-year resident for the time you spend there. Typically you'll want to claim the same number of allowances on your State (NY) form as you would with your Federal W4. When it comes time to file your taxes the following spring, you will be required ...


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