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How long does it normally take to get your New York State tax refund?
Taxing agencies never like to say.  They'll give you a 'conservative' answer, like "six to eight weeks (faster if you e-file)," in the case of New York State.  That's about the closest "official" answer you'll receive.  I would interpret that as six to eight weeks at the very latest.  If you get it sooner, be happy (but no promises).It's impossible to predict the inflow of returns they'll receive and, as such, cannot promise anything.http://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/file/r...[unrelated:  I keep meaning to ask you, are you the one on the left or right in your avatar?]
Which forms do I need to fill in order to file New York state taxes?
You must determine your New York State residency status. You need to answer these questions:Did you live in an on-campus apartment or an apartment or house off-campus in New York State in 2012?Did you maintain, or rent, the on-campus apartment or off-campus residence for at least 11 months in 2012?Were you physically present in New York State for at least 183 days in 2012?If the answers to all three questions are "Yes", and you were not a full-time undergraduate student (which as an F-1 OPT I assume you were not), you are a New York State resident for tax purposes. Otherwise you are a nonresident.You file Form IT-201, http://www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/curren..., if you are a resident of New York State, Form IT-203, http://www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/curren..., if you are not.
How will the tax cuts affect states like California and New York as opposed to Texas and Florida?
Taxes hurt. Here’s a list of all the taxes you’ll cough up to the government.Source: Tax Foundation (Not 2022 updated)It definitely hurts, and no doubt millions of skilled human capital will move from CA and NY to TX due to high taxes over time: So Long, California. Sayonara, New York - WSJAlthough there is a strong correlation between lower taxes and moving to Texas and Florida, that’s not the only attraction.Most of the biggest gainers are cities seem to have other attractive factors, such as being rich in economic opportunity, strong hiring, and affordable housing. Tech workers still move to San Francisco which puts “net migration of Linkedin users” slightly positive because of high pay, generally speaking.However, the cities within the Texas triangle are one the richest in terms of economic growth and hiring.As you can see again, the cities that gained the most are Denver (flat 4.63% state income tax), Seattle (0% state income tax), Austin (0% state income tax). Florida (0% state income tax) is also a runner up. However, these numbers are not reflective of the highest income earners.Anecdotally, under a physician’s salary in Texas, I would essentially pay 2% effective state tax burden as a % of personal income, while pre-tax income is actually higher than NY/CA, on top of low cost of living. On top of that, real estate is a huge boon when you consider risk-adjusted returns and leverage using physician mortgage loans on multifamily property. No squatters with favorable Texas landlord law with high rental yields mean great returns.Not to mention, excellent Texas tort reform puts physicians under better legal and asset protection. It’s basically a 2x multiplier for my total income after taxes and cost of living essentials. After you count in Texas college and medical school tuition are the nation’s lowest (a difference of $500,000 for cost of attendance in my case, not including interest for state flagship), you’ll see that it’s closer to a 3x multiplier, personally speaking.And you’ll see there are also many excellent art/museums, parks, culture and entertainment options available. You’re really not missing out, and if you are missing something in particular elsewhere, you can always visit for vacation with extra cash. Texas has some of the best high schools in the nation too, as well as economical cruise options, even on the high-end. Texas has a whole range of weather in its geography, and the Texas heat doesn’t bother me one bit, since I’m mostly indoors in the hot summer anyways.If you have a chance to move, you should definitely consider these factors when you decide. (Assuming you have similar opportunities in your industry)Of course, high tax states such as NY aren’t static. The new tax bill is still strong enough to the point that New York is getting worried about an exodus of human talent and trying to find a workaround to the tax bill. Employers are skeptical whether it will actually work, as they think the IRS may fight the NY governor’s actions.New York Found a Fix for Some Hit by Tax Law. Employers Are Skeptical - WSJ
If I make 55k a year, how much tax do I have to pay in the state of New York?
New York laws on offering up unqualified financial advice are actually pretty strict. I would certainly discourage a layman from taking a shot at answering this.Even based on the information you have provided, it isn't possible to make any sort of determination. You may owe zero, you may be owed a refund, or you may (God forbid) owe money from underpaying in a previous year.Not really a good "Quora question." I would take your tax documents to a tax preparer or CPA and get a professional determination. You may end up owing a lot less as a result of receiving professional advice.Based on what you have said, though, I might send you in the direction of a CPA. There are likely ways such an individual could suggest to minimize your tax exposure--legitimately.
How long does it take to get your New Jersey state tax refund?
About three weeks, typically, unless there are any serious issues with your return that prevent the state from processing it easily. Also, if you have past due state taxes, the refund will be applied toward it (the IRS can also take your state taxes if you have any delinquent taxes with them).
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