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NJ-1040 Line 29 isn't showing exemption amount

SOLVEDby IntuitProConnect Tax2Updated September 23, 2021

This article explains how to generate an exemption amount on Form NJ-1040 Line 29 for a part-year resident.

  • If the taxpayer isn't required to file a New Jersey income tax return, then the program won't calculate the exemption amount.
  • Filing requirements state a New Jersey income tax return is required for part-time residents only if Gross Income from Everywhere was more than:
    • $10,000 for single or married/CU, filing separately
    • $20,000 for married/CU, filing jointly or a qualifying widower/surviving CU partner

An NJ return is also required if:

  • Taxpayer had New Jersey income tax withheld and is due a refund.
  • Taxpayer paid New Jersey estimated taxes during the year and is due a refund.
  • Taxpayer is eligible for a New Jersey earned income tax credit or other credit and is due a refund.

 

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