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02-26-2017 06:14 PM
You are correct. The District of Columbia has a reciprocity agreement with Virginia so you should not have any Washington, D.C. withholdings. If you do have D.C. withholdings then you'll need to file a D.C. non-resident return and enter your taxable earnings for D.C. as $0 which will result in a full refund of your withholdings.
If you have any other questions I'll be glad to help.
Senior Tax Advisor (Tampa, FL)
02-26-2017 06:30 PM
Thanks! My W-2 only lists VA, and the state taxes withheld by VA; with no reference to DC withholdings on the form. So my assumption then is that if there were DC withholdings it would be listed on my W-2 right? Thanks again!
02-26-2017 09:33 PM
Yes, if you had any D.C. withholdings they would be listed on your Form W-2. Since you do not have any D.C. withholdings and your income is not taxable in Washington, D.C. you only need to file return for Virginia.
05-19-2017 12:53 PM
I live in VA but work in DC. I filed taxes for state of VA, however received a return adjustment for the state of VA saying my employer withheld taxes from the state of DC...What do I have to do now?