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Nonresident Income Tax Instructions
2019 Virginia Form 763 Nonresident Individual Income Tax Instructions

2019 Virginia Form 763 Nonresident Individual Income Tax Instructions We all have roles to play in preventing refund fraud. The Virginia Department of Taxation is committed to stopping refund fraud and protecting your information. • When you file your tax return, it will be processed using selection criteria intended to detect possible fraud. • Our Refund Review Team examines documentation to verify a taxpayer’s identity if fraud is suspected. • We issue personal identification numbers (PINs) to victims of identity theft to use when they file their Virginia individual income tax returns. Tax Refund Fraud Prevention Last fiscal year we requested additional information on 203,000 returns and denied or reduced refunds on approximately 60,000 refunds. By verifying information on tax returns before issuing the refunds, we prevented a total of over $42 million in fraudulent and erroneous refunds from being issued. www.tax.virginia.gov Va. Dept. of Taxation 2614090 Rev. 08/19 Refund Fraud Prevention The Virginia Department of Taxation takes the protection of your information seriously. Additional Steps to Protect You – and the Commonwealth As identity theft and refund fraud become more widespread, we are enlisting the support of taxpayers, tax preparers, employers, and payroll providers to stop tax fraud. Due to these changes, we may request additional information from you. In addition, we may take longer than in previous years to process your tax return. We are committed to safeguarding taxpayer information. WHAT YOU CAN DO Take these steps to protect yourself from related identity theft and refund fraud: If you think that you are a victim of identity theft, we suggest you take the following steps: • Do not provide personal information by mail, phone, email, or text to an unknown person • Submit Form 14039 Identity Theft Affidavit to the IRS • File your taxes early – and file electronically • Contact the Virginia Department of Taxation’s Identity Theft Information line at (804) 404-4185 • Be sure you have all W-2s and other withholding statements before you file • Contact the three credit bureaus and your bank(s) to notify them • Include your Virginia Driver’s License Identification number and Issue Date on your return • Contact your local police or sheriff’s department to file a criminal complaint Thank you for helping us prevent refund fraud. For additional information, please see our website at www.tax.virginia.gov Virginia Tax Online Services www.tax.virginia.gov Get Your Tax Refund Fast Using e-File Last year, over 3.4 million Virginia taxpayers used IRS e-File services to file their state and federal income tax returns. e-File is fast, safe and convenient. Use one of these Electronic Filing (e-File) options offered by participating software companies: • Free File - A free federal and state income tax preparation and electronic filing program available to taxpayers based on income and other eligibility requirements. • Paid e-File - Commercial tax preparation and e-File software available online or over-the-counter for personal use and through tax preparers. Visit www.tax.virginia.gov to find out more about these options, including links to e-File providers. Look Up Your Form 1099-G/1099-INT Information Online Form 1099-G/1099-INT may be downloaded securely and printed from www.tax.virginia.gov. Check Your Refund Status e-File combined with Direct Deposit is the fastest way to receive your refund. Visit www.tax.virginia.gov or call (804) 367-2486 to check your status. See below for approximate refund turnaround time frames. To reduce the risk of refund fraud, the Virginia Department of Taxation uses various processes to validate tax refunds prior to issuance. These processes could delay the receipt of your refund. • If you e-File your return, 95% of refunds are generally processed within 1 week but could take up to 4 weeks. • If you file a paper tax return, your refund will generally be processed within 8 weeks. • If you mail your tax return using Certified Mail, it could take an additional 1 to 3 weeks before the Department receives it from the Post Office. Make Online Payments • Make an Estimated Tax Payment, a Filing Extension Payment, a Return Payment or pay a Tax Bill online using Bank Debit or EFT Debit. Visit www.tax.virginia.gov. • Pay by credit or debit card at www.tax.virginia.gov/payments. Need Help? The Department’s website contains valuable information to help you. • Laws, Rules & Decisions – For easy access to the Code of Virginia, Tax Regulations, Legislative Summaries, Rulings by the Tax Commissioner, Tax Bulletins and Attorney General Opinions. • Online Calculators – Use the Department’s online Age Deduction Calculator, Spouse Tax Adjustment Calculator or Tax Calculator to help you with your taxes. • Email Updates - Sign up and stay informed. By subscribing, you will periodically receive automatic email notifications regarding legislative changes, filing reminders and other relevant information. Table of Contents What’s New.................................................................................................................................................. 1 Reminders.................................................................................................................................................... 2 General Information ................................................................................................................................... 3 Where to Get Forms and Assistance ....................................................................................................... 3 Estimated Income Tax Filing...................................................................................................................... 3 Amended Return Filing.............................................................................................................................. 3 Deceased Taxpayers................................................................................................................................. 4 Record Keeping......................................................................................................................................... 4 Filing Requirements ................................................................................................................................... 4 Filing Threshold......................................................................................................................................... 4 Residency Status....................................................................................................................................... 4 Which Form to File.................................................................................................................................... 5 When to File.............................................................................................................................................. 6 Where to File............................................................................................................................................. 7 Balance Due Returns................................................................................................................................ 7 Avoid Common Mistakes ........................................................................................................................... 7 How to Assemble Your Return .................................................................................................................. 8 Form 763 Line Instructions........................................................................................................................ 8 Name, Address and Social Security Number (SSN).................................................................................. 8 Check Boxes............................................................................................................................................. 8 Filing Status............................................................................................................................................... 9 Exemptions................................................................................................................................................ 9 Age Deduction Worksheet........................................................................................................................11 Payment Options..................................................................................................................................... 15 Refund Options........................................................................................................................................ 15 Nonresident Allocation Percentage Table................................................................................................ 15 Line Instructions for Virginia Schedule 763 ADJ................................................................................... 16 Fixed Date Conformity Update................................................................................................................ 16 Additions to Federal Adjusted Gross Income.......................................................................................... 17 Subtractions from Federal Adjusted Gross Income................................................................................. 18 Deductions from Virginia Adjusted Gross Income................................................................................... 21 Computation for Tax Credit for Low-Income Individuals or Virginia Earned Income Credit..................... 23 Addition to Tax, Penalty and Interest....................................................................................................... 24 Instructions for Virginia Schedule VAC................................................................................................... 25 Virginia529 and ABLEnow Contributions................................................................................................. 25 Other Voluntary Contributions................................................................................................................. 25 Credit for Taxes Paid to Another State ................................................................................................... 30 Schedule OSC Line Instructions.............................................................................................................. 30 Tax Rate Schedule..................................................................................................................................... 31 Mailing Addresses and Telephone Numbers ................................................... Back Cover of this Booklet WHAT’S NEW federal Form 8990. See the Form 763 ADJ instructions and the Department’s website for additional information. Extension of Time to Claim the Land Preservation Tax Credit: For land or interest in land conveyed before January 1, 2020, no credit is allowed unless a complete application has been filed by December 31 of the 3rd year following the calendar year of the conveyance. For land or interest in land conveyed on or after January 1, 2020, a complete application must be filed by December 31 of the 2nd year following the calendar year of the conveyance. Prior to July 1, 2019, Form LPC-1 was statutorily required to be filed by December 31 of the first year following the year of conveyance. Extension of Sunset Date of Major Business Facility Job Tax Credit: The sunset date of the Major Business Facility Job Tax Credit has been extended. This credit was set to expire after Taxable Year 2019, but it is now scheduled to sunset for taxable years beginning on and after July 1, 2022. Port Volume Increase Tax Credit Transferability: Any taxpayer holding a Port Volume Increase Tax Credit issued in taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2018, but before January 1, 2022, may transfer unused but otherwise allowable credits to another taxpayer for use on the Virginia income tax return. The transferred credits may be retroactively applied from the date the credits were originally issued, and the transferee may file an amended return to claim the transferred credit for a prior tax year. However, this provision does not extend the statute of limitations for filing an amended return. Port Volume Increase Tax Credits are only transferable within one calendar year of the original credit holder earning the credits. Credit holders must complete Form PVT to transfer credits to another taxpayer. Telework Expenses Tax Credit Expiration: The Telework Expenses Tax Credit has been repealed. This credit cannot be claimed for any taxable year beginning on or after January 1, 2019. Worker Retraining Tax Credit Sunset Date: The Worker Retraining Tax Credit sunset date has been advanced from January 1, 2022, to January 1, 2019. For taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2019, taxpayers will no longer be able to earn the Worker Retraining Tax Credit. Credits earned in prior taxable years may be carried forward for up to 3 years. Worker Training Tax Credit: For taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2019, but before July 1, 2022, a business may receive a credit for certain expenses paid by the business during the taxable year for eligible worker training. Annually, businesses may claim up to $500 per qualified employee or up to $1,000 per non-highly compensated worker receiving eligible worker training. In addition, for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2019, but before January 1, 2022, the Worker Training Tax Credit is allowed for a business conducting orientation, instruction, and training programs in Virginia for students in grades 6 through 12. The credit equals 35% of direct costs incurred in connection with the program, not to exceed $2,000 for any taxable year. The annual aggregate credit cap for the Worker Training Tax Credit is $1 million. See the Form WTC instructions for additional information. New Requirement for the Provision of Preparer Tax Identification Numbers: For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, an income tax return preparer who has the primary responsibility for the overall substantive accuracy of the preparation of a return or claim for refund is required to include his or her Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) on such return. Virginia’s Fixed Date Conformity with the Internal Revenue Code: Virginia’s date of conformity with the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) was advanced from February 9, 2018 to December 31, 2018, subject to certain exceptions. Additional information about conformity adjustments and other legislative changes required as a result of the 2019 General Assembly are addressed in Tax Bulletin 19-1 posted on the Department’s website at www. tax.virginia.gov. Virginia will continue to deconform from the following: bonus depreciation allowed for certain assets under federal law; the five-year carryback of certain federal net operating loss (NOL) deductions generated in the 2008 or 2009 taxable years; the federal income treatment of applicable high yield discount obligations; and the federal income tax treatment of cancellation of debt income realized in connection with certain business debts. Increased Standard Deduction: For taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2019, but before January 1, 2026, the Virginia standard deduction increases from $3,000 to $4,500 for individuals and married taxpayers filing separately, and from $6,000 to $9,000 for married taxpayers filing joint returns. Changes to Certain Itemized Deductions: Individuals will continue to reference the instructions for Federal Schedule A (Form 1040) when itemizing deductions, but with certain exceptions. For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, taxpayers may claim a deduction for the actual amount of real and personal property taxes imposed by Virginia or any other taxing jurisdiction not otherwise deducted solely on account of the $10,000 annual limitation on the federal deduction for state and local taxes paid. For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, Virginia deconforms from the suspension of the overall limitation on itemized deductions, commonly known as the Pease limitation. See Virginia Schedule A and the schedule instructions for more information. Gain from Eminent Domain Subtraction: For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, taxpayers may claim a subtraction for any gain recognized from the taking of real property by condemnation proceedings. Real Estate Investment Trust Subtraction: For taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2019, taxpayers may claim a subtraction for income attributable to an investment in a Virginia real estate investment trust made on or after January 1, 2019 but before December 31, 2024. Enter the subtraction amount using code 57 on the Schedule ADJ. For more information, see the Subtractions section in these instructions and the Form REIT instructions. Business Interest Deduction Recovery: For taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2018, an individual income tax deduction is allowed in an amount equal to 20 percent of the business interest that is disallowed for federal income tax purposes. If (i) you claimed a Virginia Business Interest Deduction on prior year Virginia return(s) and (ii) you are able to fully utilize your federal carryover of business interest from those prior year(s) on your current year federal return, you must report a deduction recovery on your current year Virginia return equal the amount of the Virginia Business Interest Deduction claimed on the prior year Virginia return(s). However, if you are able to only partially utilize your federal carryover of business interest from the prior year(s) on your current year federal return, the Business Interest Deduction recovery will be applied in the same proportion as the amount of federal carryover that is utilized. If reporting this deduction recovery, enter as a negative number using Code 117 on Schedule 763 ADJ and enclose a copy of 1 REMINDERS Extension for Filing Income Tax Returns: All taxpayers are granted an automatic 6-month extension of time to file their income tax returns. No application for extension is required; however, any tentative tax due must be paid with an extension voucher, Form 760IP, by the original due date for filing the return. You can file and pay your tentative tax online using the Department’s eForms or Individual Online Services. Payments are made electronically and you may schedule payments to be made on a future date. Civil and Criminal Penalties: The civil penalty for filing a false or fraudulent return or for failing or refusing to file any return with intent to evade the tax, is an additional penalty of 100% of the correct tax. Any individual who willfully fails or refuses to file a return, at the time or times required by law, shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. In addition, an individual who makes any false statements on a return, with intent to defraud the Commonwealth, shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony. Debt Collection: Before issuing any refunds, Virginia law requires the Department to check for any outstanding debt with agencies of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia local governments and the Virginia court system. If any such debt is found, regardless of the type of tax return filed, all or part of your refund may be withheld to help satisfy the debt and the processing of your return will be delayed. In addition, the Department is authorized to submit eligible state income and business tax debts to the U.S. Department of Treasury Offset Program (TOP). Once a debt is submitted, the U.S. Department of Treasury will withhold or reduce your eligible federal tax refund or federal vendor payment by the amount of your debt. The Internal Revenue Code authorizes this process, known as “offset.” Offset of federal refunds is only one source of funds that the Department of Taxation may use to satisfy an outstanding tax bill. Your state income tax refund and payments from other state agencies may be withheld to satisfy an outstanding tax bill as well. Because of timing differences in obtaining funds from various sources, it is possible for us to receive funds from more than one source to satisfy the same debt. If this happens, the overpaid amount will be released upon receipt of the funds. You do not need to contact the Department to request your refund. Electronic Filing Requirements for Certain Taxpayers: For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2018 individuals are required to file and remit payment using an electronic medium if (i) any installment payment of estimated tax exceeds or can reasonably be expected to exceed $7,500, (ii) any payment made with regard to an return or extension of time to file exceeds $7,500, or (iii) the taxpayer’s estimated total tax liability exceeds $30,000. If any of the thresholds above apply to you, all future individual income tax payments must be made electronically. This includes all payments for estimated taxes, extensions of time to file, and any other amounts due when a return is filed. Consumer’s Use Tax: If you purchased merchandise by Internet, telephone, or mail, or you purchased any merchandise outside Virginia and paid no sales tax you may be required to pay Consumer’s Use Tax. Report the applicable tax on Form 763, Line 33. Litter Tax: Every manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor or retailer of the following products is subject to the Litter Tax. • Food for Human or Pet Consumption • Groceries • Cigarettes and Tobacco • Soft Drinks and Carbonated Waters • Distilled Spirits, Wine, Beer and Other Malt Beverages • Newspaper or Magazines • Paper Products and Household Paper • Glass and Metal Containers • Plastic or Fiber Containers made of Synthetic Material • Cleaning Agents and Toiletries • Nondrug Drugstore Sundries • Motor Vehicle Parts Businesses become subject to the tax on the first January 1 they are in business. The Litter Tax return, Form 200, and payment of the tax are due on May 1 of each year, for the preceding calendar year. File and pay your Litter Tax Return online using the Department’s eForms. Complete the online version of the paper Litter Tax Return as you would if you were completing a paper form. Payments are made electronically and you may schedule payments to be made on a future date. If you are unable to file and pay electronically you may request a waiver. You can obtain the waiver request form at www.tax.virginia.gov or by calling (804) 367-8037. Direct Deposit: Due to electronic banking rules, the Department will not allow direct deposits to or through foreign financial institutions. Attempting to use direct deposit to transfer funds electronically to a financial institution outside the territorial jurisdiction of the United States will significantly delay your refund. Visit www.tax.virginia.gov for details. Tax-Related Identity Theft: Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your Social Security Number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. Often, an identity thief will use your Social Security Number to file a return early in the year. You may not be aware that you are a victim until you file your return and learn one already has been filed. We apply stringent scrutiny to all tax returns in an attempt to detect fraudulent tax refunds. If you receive a letter from us asking for additional information to verify that you are the actual taxpayer filing a return, please respond immediately. To learn more about identity theft and how to protect yourself, see the following resources: • IRS Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft • IRS Identity Protection Tips • Virginia Attorney General • Federal Trade Commission 2 GENERAL INFORMATION amended return raises issues relating solely to the prior amended return and that the refund does not exceed the amount of the tax payment made as a result of the prior amended return; or WHERE TO GET FORMS AND ASSISTANCE • 2 years from the payment of an assessment, provided the amended return raises issues relating only to the prior assessment and the refund does not exceed the amount of tax paid on the prior assessment. Where to Get Forms • Download returns and schedules from the Department’s website www.tax.virginia.gov. • Order forms by phone. Call (804) 367-8031. Form 763 Assistance • Call Customer Services at (804) 367-8031. TTY users dial 7-1-1 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. • Mail requests for information to Virginia Department of Taxation, P.O. Box 1115, Richmond, VA 23218-1115 (Do not mail your return to this address). • Contact the Department for assistance at www.tax.virginia. gov. • Call or visit your Commissioner of the Revenue, Director of Finance or Director of Tax Administration. Check the list on the back cover for contact information. To amend Form 763, complete a new Form 763 (for the taxable year you are amending) using the corrected figures, as if it were the original return. Check the amended box located in the check applicable boxes section. Do not make any adjustments to the amended return to show that you received a refund or paid a balance due as a result of the original return. Use the worksheet for amended returns below to determine if you are due a refund or if any additional tax due should be paid with your amended return. Worksheet for Amended Returns ESTIMATED INCOME TAX FILING 1. Income tax paid with original return, plus additional income tax paid after it was filed..........1___________________ If you did not have enough income tax withheld, you may need to pay estimated income tax. Generally, you are required to make payments of estimated income tax if your estimated Virginia tax liability exceeds your Virginia withholding and other tax credits by more than $150. 2. Add Line 1 above and Line 26 from amended Form 763 and enter the total here.............2___________________ To make estimated tax payments online, visit the Department’s website: www.tax.virginia.gov or file Form 760ES. 3. Overpayment, if any, as shown on original return or as previously adjusted..................3___________________ If you owe a large amount of tax, you may need to increase the amount of tax withheld or make estimated tax payments during the year. 4. Subtract Line 3 from Line 2.....4___________________ 5. If Line 4 above is less than Line 18 on amended Form 763, subtract Line 4 above from Line 18 on amended Form 763. This is the Tax You Owe...................................5___________________ You may be penalized if you underpaid your estimated tax or did not have enough tax withheld. AMENDED RETURN FILING When to File If you file an amended federal return reflecting a change in your taxable income or any other amount that would affect the Virginia return, you must file an amended Virginia tax return within 1 year. If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provided documentation that acknowledges acceptance of your federal amended return, enclose a copy with the Virginia amended return. In addition, if you file an amended return with any other state that results in a change that would affect your Virginia income tax, you must file an amended Virginia tax return within 1 year. 6. Refund. If Line 18 on amended Form 763 is less than Line 4 above, subtract Line 18 on amended Form 763 from Line 4 above. This is the Tax You Overpaid...................................6___________________ Required Enclosures If you filed an amended federal return, enclose a copy of your federal Form 1040X or other claim form and supporting material with your amended Virginia return to substantiate the amendment. In addition, a copy of the final determination made by the IRS should be included to verify acceptance of the amended federal return. If amending your Virginia return for other reasons, enclose a statement explaining why you are amending your return. Show any computations necessary to verify the adjustments you are making. Submit your check or money order with your return if you owe a balance due. Also, include additional Forms W-2, 1099 or VK-1 with your return if claiming more income tax withheld than what was claimed on your original return. If the change reduces the tax, by law the Department may issue a refund only if the amended return is filed within: • 3 years from the due date of the original return, including valid filing extensions; • 1 year from the final determination of the amended federal return or federal change, whichever is later, provided that the allowable refund is not more than the decrease in Virginia tax attributable to the federal change or correction; • 1 year from the final determination of the amended return of any other state or change or correction in the income tax of the taxpayer for any other state, provided that the refund does not exceed the amount of the decrease in Virginia tax attributable to such change or correction; Federal Adjustments • 2 years from the filing of an amended Virginia return resulting in the payment of additional tax, provided that the current 3 If your federal income tax return was adjusted by the IRS during the taxable year, an amended Virginia return must be filed within 1 year after the final determination of such federal change, correction or renegotiation. Include a copy of the federal adjustments. See “When to File” earlier in this section for additional information. Net Operating Losses For information on Virginia residency requirements, please read the next section, “Residency Status.” Although there is no express statutory provision for a separate Virginia net operating loss available for carryback or carryover, the amount of federal net operating loss is the starting point in computing the amount of deduction to be allowed on the Virginia return. Check the amended return box located on the front of Form 763, indicating that this is an amended return. Also, check the box indicating the return is the result of a net operating loss (NOL) carryback. Be sure to enclose a complete copy of your federal amended return, if applicable. General instructions for computing the NOL can be obtained from the Virginia Tax Administrative Code (Title 23, Taxation) website at law.lis.virginia.gov/. Select the link for Virginia Tax Administrative Code (Regulations) and find Title 23 Taxation. Select Agency 10, Department of Taxation and Chapter 110 Individual Income Tax. General instructions are provided in 23VAC10-110-80 and 23VAC10-110-81. If your Virginia Adjusted Gross Income (VAGI) is at or above the threshold amount shown in the following table, you are required to file. VAGI is the Adjusted Gross Income on your federal return plus any Virginia additions from Line 2, minus any Virginia subtractions from Line 8. Information on Virginia additions and subtractions is included in the instructions later in this booklet. If your income is only from wages, salaries and interest from a savings or checking account, your VAGI is usually the same as the federal adjusted gross income shown on your federal return. Once you have computed your VAGI, check the chart below to see if you need to file a Virginia income tax return. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO FILE IF YOU ARE: Single and your VAGI is less than................... $11,950 DECEASED TAXPAYERS Married filing a joint return (both must have Virginia Source Income) and your combined VAGI is less than.............................$23,900 Surviving Spouse filing Joint Return: As the surviving spouse, you are considered the primary taxpayer. To complete your return: • List your name, Social Security Number and Date of Birth first on the return. • Include your spouse’s name, Social Security Number and Date of Birth in the fields labeled for spouse. • Fill-in the Deceased oval next to the field for your spouse’s Date of Birth. • Any refund issued will be made payable to the surviving spouse. The refund may be direct deposited. • No additional documentation or forms are required. Single Filers: If you are the court-appointed or certified Personal Representative (also referred to as Executor or Administrator) of the decedent’s estate, include a copy of the court certificate showing your appointment with the return. • Any refund issued will be made payable to the estate of the decedent. • The refund will be issued as a check. The check may be cashed or deposited with the endorsement of the court-appointed Personal Representative. Married, spouse has no income from any source and your VAGI is less than........... $11,950 Married filing separately (on separate forms) and your VAGI is less than................... $11,950 If you are not required to file, but you had Virginia income tax withheld or you made estimated payments, you are entitled to a refund of the amount withheld or paid. You must file a return to get a refund. We periodically review and update the Department’s records to make sure that we have correct return information. Sometimes, we have to contact taxpayers to confirm that they did not need to file for a given year. As a result, even if you do not need to file a return for 2019, you may receive an inquiry at a later date to verify your VAGI. RESIDENCY STATUS Residents Every Virginia resident whose Virginia Adjusted Gross Income is at or above the minimum filing threshold must file. Any “federal area” such as a military or naval reservation, federal agency or federal administration that is inside the geographical boundaries of Virginia is considered a location in Virginia and non-active duty residents of those areas are subject to Virginia income tax just like residents of any other location in the state. Joint Filers, both Taxpayers Deceased: Follow the instructions for Single Filers. Important: If a refund is due, the refund will be issued in the name of the surviving spouse or the estate of the decedent(s) unless a properly completed copy of federal Form 1310 is provided. When filing electronically, the Form 1310 must be included with the federal filing. Keep your tax records for at least 3 years from the due date of the return or the date the return was filed, whichever is later. If the IRS requires you to keep your federal records for a longer period of time, keep your state records for the same period of time. You may be required to file as a resident in two states if you are an actual resident of one state and a domiciliary resident of another state (see definitions below). If you are in this situation, you may be able to take a credit on the return filed in the state of your legal domicile. Refer to the instructions for Schedule OSC on Page 30 of these instructions for more information on the credit for tax paid to another state. FILING REQUIREMENTS Domiciliary Residents RECORD KEEPING Filing Threshold Filing requirements are based on your residency status and the amount of your income. Dependents and students are subject to the same filing requirements as anyone else. • Nonresidents of Virginia with income at or above the filing threshold must file if any of their income is from Virginia sources. • Residents of Virginia with income at or above the minimum filing threshold must file. 4 Anyone who maintains a legal domicile (residence) in Virginia, whether living in or out of Virginia, is a domiciliary resident. This includes members of the U.S. armed forces who have Virginia as their home of record. Domiciliary residents have their permanent place of residence in Virginia. Any person who has not abandoned his or her legal domicile in Virginia and established legal domicile in another state remains a domiciliary resident of Virginia, even if residing in another jurisdiction for a number of years. In determining domicile, the Department considers many factors. Some of the more common indicators of domicile are: voter registration; motor vehicle and personal property registration; business pursuits; expressed intent; conduct; leaseholds and situs of real property owned. have income from Virginia sources other than wages and salaries, (such as business income or gain from the sale of a residence), you must file a Vir­ginia Nonresident Individual Income Tax Return, Form 763, and pay tax on income not specifically exempted above. Spouses of Military Personnel: For Taxable Year 2018 and after, the Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA), as amended by Veterans Benefits and Transition Act, provides that the spouse of a servicemember may to elect to use the same residence for state tax purposes as that of the servicemember. Under the SCRA, an electing spouse of a military servicemember may be exempt from Virginia income tax on wages if the servicemember is present in Virginia in compliance with military orders. More information is available in Tax Bulletin 19-2 available on the website at www. tax.virginia.gov. Tax Withheld in Error by Employer: If Virginia tax was withheld from your income in error, you should file Form 763S to obtain a refund. If you meet any of the exceptions above and had Virginia withholding, you may need to file Form 763-S, Virginia Special Nonresident Claim For Individual Income Tax Withheld to claim your refund. Actual Residents Anyone, other than a member of the U.S. armed forces or the U.S. Congress, who maintains a place of abode (i.e., home) in Virginia for a total of more than 183 days of the taxable year while having legal domicile (residence) in another state or country is an actual resident of Virginia. This category often includes students who are domiciliary residents of another state while attending college in Virginia or the spouses* and dependents of members of the U.S. armed forces stationed in Virginia. Although this residency classification does not apply to members of the U.S. Congress, it does apply to members of their families and staffs. *The spouse of a military service member may be exempt from Virginia individual income tax on income from services performed in Virginia if (i) the service member is present in Virginia in compliance with military orders; (ii) the spouse is in Virginia solely to be with the service member; and (iii) they both maintain domicile in another state that is the same for both spouses. For more information, see Tax Bulletin 09-10 and Tax Bulletin 10-1 which are available on the Department’s website at www.tax.virginia.gov. Part-Year Residents Nonresidents You may be a part-year resident if your residency in Virginia began or ended during the taxable year. Residents who move into or out of Virginia during the taxable year and do not fall into either category below are generally considered full-year residents. • Virginia residents who move out of Virginia during the taxable year and become domiciliary residents of another state are partyear residents, provided they do not move back to Virginia for at least 6 months. • Those who move into Virginia during the taxable year and become either domiciliary or actual residents of Virginia are also considered part-year residents. The distinction between full-year and part-year residents is important in deciding which form to file and what income is taxable in Virginia. To compute Virginia Adjusted Gross Income (VAGI) and determine if VAGI meets the minimum filing threshold, partyear residents who file Form 760PY are allowed a subtraction from federal adjusted gross income equal to the amount of income attributable to residence outside Virginia. If you are a part-year resident and you do not file the correct form, you will not compute the correct amount of tax. See the next section, “WHICH FORM TO FILE.” Nonresidents of Virginia with Virginia Adjusted Gross Income at or above the filing threshold must file if any of their income is from Virginia sources. Income from Virginia sources is income received from labor performed, business done, or property located in Virginia, including gains from sales, exchanges or other dispositions of real estate and intangible personal property having a situs in Virginia. Virginia source income includes income passed through from a partnership, S corporation or limited liability company that does business in Virginia. It also includes business income and proceeds from real estate transactions passed through by a Virginia trust. It generally does not include personal savings account interest or dividends from an individual’s stock market investments. Those who maintain legal domicile in another state and live in Virginia less than 183 days of the taxable year (or do not live in Virginia at all) are nonresidents. Also, members of the U.S. armed forces who have another state as their home of record (legal domicile) are generally classified as nonresidents of Virginia, even though they may be stationed in Virginia for years. Exceptions for Certain Nonresidents WHICH FORM TO FILE If you are a nonresident of Virginia who commutes daily to work in Virginia from Kentucky or the District of Colum­bia, you do not have to file if: • You have no actual place of abode in Virginia at any time during the year; • Salaries and wages are your only Virginia source income; and • Your salaries and wages are subject to income taxation by Kentucky or the District of Columbia. Residents File Form 760 File Form 760 if you are a part-year resident and all of your income came from Virginia sources or was received while you were a Virginia resident. This will allow you to claim the full exemption and standard or itemized deduction instead of computing partial amounts as required for part-year residents filing Form 760PY. Part-Year Residents File Form 760PY If you are a nonresident of Virginia who is a resident of Maryland, Pennsylvania or West Virginia and you earn salaries and wages in Virginia, you are exempt from filing a Virginia income tax return and paying Virginia income tax if: • Your only income from sources in Virginia is from salaries and wages; and • Your salaries and wages are subject to income taxation by Maryland, Pennsylvania or West Virginia. If you are a domiciliary resident of Kentucky, Mary­l and, Pennsylvania, West Virginia or the District of Co­lumbia and As a general rule, part-year residents file Form 760PY. If 1 spouse is a full-year resident and the other is a part-year resident, the couple may file together on Form 760PY. The part-year resident spouse will compute a prorated exemption amount. The full-year resident spouse will claim the full exemption amount. If you are a part-year resident who received Virginia source income, as well as other income, during the portion of the year you lived in another state, you need to file 2 Virginia returns for the taxable year. File Form 760PY to report the income attributable to your 5 Unified Nonresident Composite Filers File Form 765 period of Virginia residency. File Form 763, the nonresident return, to report the Virginia source income received as a nonresident. Partnerships, S corporations and limited liability companies may file, on behalf of their nonresident partners, shareholders, or members, a unified return (Form 765) thereby relieving these persons of the responsibility of filing a Virginia nonresident individual return. An owner of a pass-through entity may also need to file a nonresident return (Form 763) to report Virginia source income that was not included on a Form 765. Income reported on a unified return would be subtracted on the Form 763 using Code 50 (Pass-Through Entity Income) on Lines 6b - 6d of the Schedule 763 ADJ. Nonresidents File Form 763 Generally, nonresidents with income from Virginia sources must file a Virginia return if their income is at or above the filing threshold. Nonresidents who earn salaries and wages in Virginia and pay tax on those salaries and wages to the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania or West Virginia are not required to file if they meet the criteria described in the previous section under “Exceptions for Certain Nonresidents.” Residents of states other than those in “Exceptions for Certain Nonresidents” do not qualify for a filing exception. Usually, when 1 spouse is a resident and the other spouse is a nonresident, each spouse whose income is at or above the filing threshold, must file separately. The resident spouse must file on Form 760. The nonresident spouse must file Form 763. There are only 3 circumstances in which such a couple can file jointly on the same return. If both spouses have income and all of the nonresident’s income is Virginia source income, a joint resident return (Form 760 ) may be filed. If both spouses elect to determine their joint Virginia taxable income as if they were both Virginia residents, a joint resident return may be filed. Also, if the nonresident spouse has no income at all, a joint resident return may be filed. Other Frequently Used Virginia Forms Virginia Schedule A • Required if claiming itemized deductions on the Virginia return Schedule 763 ADJ - Required for: • Additions to federal adjusted gross income • Subtractions from federal adjusted gross income • Deductions from Virginia Adjusted Gross Income • Credit for Low-Income Individuals • Addition to tax, penalty and interest Schedule ADJS • Required for Additions, Subtractions and Deductions from Virginia Adjusted Gross Income. in excess of the lines provided on Schedule 763 ADJ Schedule VAC • Required for contributions to Virginia529 Accounts, ABLEnow Accounts and Other Voluntary Contributions Schedule CR • Required to claim most tax credits. For some Schedule CR credits, other forms are required. Form 760C • Required to compute the addition to tax for individuals, estates and trusts Form 760F • Required to compute the addition to tax for farmers, fishermen and merchant seamen Form760IP • Used to make an extension payment Form CU-7 • Consumer’s Use Tax Return Form 760ES • Used to make estimated tax payments Form 763-S • Used by nonresidents to claim a refund of Virginia tax withheld if not required to file Schedule OSC • Required to claim credit for taxes paid to another state Members of the Armed Forces Active duty pay for members of the armed forces is taxable only in the state of legal domicile, regardless of where stationed. You must file as a nonresident if you are in the military, domiciled in another state and have any other income that is from Virginia sources. The spouse of a military service member may be exempt from Virginia individual income tax on income from services performed in Virginia if (i) the service member is present in Virginia in compliance with military orders; (ii) the spouse is in Virginia solely to be with the service member; and (iii) they both maintain the same non-Virginia domicile state. For more information, see Tax Bulletin 09-10 and Tax Bulletin 10-1 available on the Department’s website at www.tax.virginia.gov. Use Form 763 if you are in the military, domiciled in another state and have any other income that is from Virginia sources. Examples follow. If a married couple lives in Virginia for the entire year, but is domiciled in Alabama, and has nonmilitary income from Virginia sources that is attributable to both spouses, the spouse on active duty must file Form 763, using Filing Status 4. Generally, the state of domicile will allow credit for tax paid to Virginia on the earned income that is taxed in both states. If the nonmilitary spouse’s domicile changed to Virginia during the year, Form 760PY must be filed, using Filing Status 3, to pay tax on income earned after becoming a Virginia resident. Spouses of Military Personnel: Under the Servicemember Civil Relief Act, as amended by the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act, a spouse of a military servicemember may be exempt from Virginia income tax on wages if (i) the servicemember is present in Virginia in compliance with military orders; (ii) the spouse is present in Virginia solely to be with the servicemember; and (iii) they both maintain the same non-Virginia domicile state. If the spouse is not exempt from Virginia income tax see “Married Taxpayers” above. More information is available in Tax Bulletin 09-10 and Tax Bulletin 10-1 available on the website at www.tax. virginia.gov. WHEN TO FILE Calendar Year Filers - May 1, 2020 If your taxable year is January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019, your individual income tax return must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2020, to avoid late filing penalties and interest. When filing by mail, the envelope must be postmarked by the due date. Put the correct postage on your envelope. If your return is sent back to you because of insufficient postage, you are liable for the penalties and interest if the postmark on the remailed return is after the due date. Tax returns or payments of taxes remitted by a commercial delivery service will be considered timely filed if 6 received in an envelope or sealed container bearing a confirmation of shipment on or before midnight of the day the return or payment is due. subject to a late payment penalty of 6% per month from the date of filing through the date of payment, to a maximum of 30%. The late payment penalty will be assessed in addition to any extension penalty that may apply. The automatic extension provisions apply only to returns that are filed within 6 months from the due date. If you file your return more than 6 months after the due date, a late filing penalty of 30% will apply to the balance of tax due with your return. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, you may file your return on the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. Fiscal Year Filers If your taxable year is not January 1 through December 31, your return must be postmarked by the 15th day of the 4th month following the close of your fiscal year. Refund Returns - You do not need to file an extension if you cannot file by the due date and you are certain that your return will result in a refund. This is because the late filing penalty is not assessed on refund returns. To receive a refund, however, you must file within 3 years of the due date. When filing by paper, you should write “FISCAL YEAR FILER” across the top of Page 1 of Form 763 and enclose a statement indicating the beginning and ending months of your 12-month fiscal year. If you file after the due date or do not pay the full amount due by the due date, you may have to pay penalties and interest. Foreign Income Exclusion - If you qualify for the federal foreign income exclusion and have requested an extension of time for filing your federal return, you may apply for an extension of time to file your state return. You will be granted an extension for 30 days after the date you expect to qualify for the exclusion. You must apply by letter on or before the 1st day of the 7th month following the close of your taxable year and enclose a copy of the approved federal extension with your return when you file. Overseas Rule If you are living or traveling outside the United States or Puerto Rico (including persons in the military or naval service on duty outside the United States and Puerto Rico), you must file your return by July 1, 2020. Be sure to check the appropriate box to the left of the name and address section. WHERE TO FILE Members of the Military - Members of the armed forces serving in a combat zone receive either the same individual income tax filing and payment extensions as those granted to them by the IRS, plus an additional 15 days, or a 1-year extension, whichever date is later. All extensions also apply to spouses of military personnel. Service families may wish, however, to file their individual income tax returns before the extended deadlines to receive refunds. Service members claiming this extension should write “Combat Zone” across the top of their tax returns and on the envelopes used to mail their returns. Such combat zone personnel should similarly write “Combat Zone” across the top of their correspondence, and on the envelope used to mail the correspondence, when responding to any notices issued by the Department regarding tax collection or examination. More information can be obtained from Tax Bulletin 05-5, available in the Laws, Rules, and Decisions Section of the Department’s website at www.tax.virginia.gov. To file by mail, use the mailing address listed on the back cover of this booklet for the city or county in which all or the principal part of income from Virginia sources was derived. Returns can be filed directly with the Virginia Department of Taxation. Most nonresident returns can also be filed electronically. BALANCE DUE RETURNS You can pay by credit card or online, and most taxpayers also have the option to pay by check. See the “Payment Options” section on Page 15 of these instructions for more details. If you can pay by check and choose to do so, make your check payable to the Treasurer of the city or county in which you reside. Make sure your Social Security Number is on your check and make a notation that it is your 2018 income tax payment. To pay by credit card, visit www.tax.virginia.gov/payments to pay on the Internet. If you choose this option, fill in the check box on Line 35 of Form 763, indicating this type of payment. You will be assessed a fee by the company processing the transaction. In addition, every member of the armed services deployed outside of the United States is allowed an extension of his or her due date. The extension will expire 90 days following the completion of deployment. Service members who claim this extension should write “Overseas Noncombat” on the top of their tax returns. Make an online payment from your checking or savings account for balance due returns using Web Payments at www.tax.virginia.gov. If you have already filed your return with your Local Commissioner of the Revenue and did not indicate you were paying by credit card, call your Local Commissioner of the Revenue’s office for the correct jurisdiction code prior to initiating your credit card payment. Phone numbers are listed on the inside back cover of this booklet. Extension Requests Extension Provisions: Virginia law provides an automatic 6-month filing extension for income tax returns. No application for extension is required. The extension is for filing the return, not for payment of the tax; therefore, you must pay at least 90% of your tax by the due date, May 1 for calendar year filers. To make a payment of tentative tax, use Form 760IP. AVOID COMMON MISTAKES • Sign your return. • Make sure your name, address and Social Security Number(s) are correct. • Be sure to complete all applicable check boxes. • Verify all entries and check all math. • If you itemized deductions, make sure you complete Line 10 on Form 763. • Be sure to include the front and back of all documents. If you file your return within 6 months after the due date but do not meet the 90% payment requirement, an extension penalty of 2% per month will apply to the balance of tax due with your return from the due date through the date your return is filed, to a maximum of 12% of the tax due. Interest will also accrue on any balance of tax due with a return filed within the extension period, regardless of whether the 90% payment requirement is met. If you file your return within 6 months after the due date but do not pay the tax due at the time of filing, the unpaid balance will be 7 Social Security Number (SSN) • Put the correct postage on your envelope. If your return is sent back to you because of insufficient postage, you are liable for the penalties and interest if the postmark on the remailed return is after the due date. • File your original return. Do not file a photocopy. Be sure your Social Security Number is entered correctly. The Social Security Number entered in the “Your Social Security Number” box, must be the number of the person whose name is shown first. Privacy Act HOW TO ASSEMBLE YOUR RETURN The Privacy Act of 1974 requires any federal, state or local government agency that requests individuals to dis­close their Social Security Numbers to inform those individ­uals whether the disclosure is mandatory or voluntary, by what statutory or other authority the number is requested and how it will be used. The following information is provided to comply with these requirements. Disclosure of the Social Security Number is mandatory pursu­ant to these instructions, as set forth under Va. Code § 58.1-209. The Social Security Number is used as a means of identification for the filing and retrieval of income tax returns and is also used to verify the identity of individuals for income tax refund purposes. If you completed any of the forms or schedules listed below, you must enclose them with your Virginia return. Place these forms behind your Virginia return in the following order. • If filing both Form 760PY and Form 763, enclose Form 763 behind Form 760PY so that the title of Form 763 can be seen over the top of the title of Form 760PY. Enclose a statement over the Form W-2 on Form 760PY stating that “Form 763 is enclosed behind Form 760PY.” • Virginia Forms - - - - - - Schedule 763 ADJ - Virginia Schedule A Schedule ADJS - Schedule OSC Schedule CR - Schedule of Income Schedule VAC - Form 760C or Form 760F Forms 301, 304, 306, or 306B Any additional documentation as required. Do not use staples. Date of Birth Please be sure to provide this information. It is used to assist in the verification of taxpayer identity. If you are filing a joint return, enter your date of birth and your spouse’s date of birth in the same order as your names and Social Security Numbers. City or County • Federal Forms Enter the name of the city or county where the principal place of business, employment or income source in Virginia is located. Check the appropriate city or county box, and enter, in the next box to the right, the 3-digit locality code from the back cover of this booklet for the city or county you entered. - Complete copy of your federal income tax return. - If claiming credit for income tax paid to another state on Schedule OSC, enclose a complete copy of the state tax return filed with the other state. Do not use staples. Withholding Forms CHECK BOXES Be sure to include Forms W-2, W-2G, 1099 and VK-1 that indicate the same amount of Virginia income tax withheld as the amount you claim on your return. Enclose these with your return. When enclosing Form VK-1, fold in half and enclose in front of return. Below the name and address section, there are several check boxes. Please check all boxes that apply. • Amended Return Check this box if this is an amended return. For more information, please refer to the “Amended Return” section of these instructions. - Check if Result of NOL Also, check this box if the reason for amending your return is the result of a net operating loss (NOL). For more information, please refer to the “Net Operating Loss” section of these instructions. • Dependent on Another’s Return Check the box if you can be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s return. If you check this box, see the instruction for Line 11. • Name(s) and Address Different Than Shown on 2018 Virginia Return Check this box if your name or your spouse’s name or address is different than the one shown on your 2018 Virginia Return. • Qualifying Farmer, Fisherman or Merchant Seaman Check this box if you are a self-employed farmer, fishermen or merchant seaman and at least two-thirds of your gross income is from those employments. This information is used to identify farmers, fishermen and merchant seamen subject to special rules for paying estimated tax. See “Addition To Tax For Underpayment Of Tax” section in these instructions for details. Payments Submit check with your return. If paying by credit card, please check the box on Line 35 of Form 763. Important: If you make your payment by check after filing your return, do not submit a copy of your previously filed return with your payment. FORM 763 LINE INSTRUCTIONS NAME, ADDRESS AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) Name Enter your complete name (including middle initial) and mailing address in the boxes provided. If filing a joint return, Filing Status 2, enter the complete name of your spouse. If you are married filing separate returns (Filing Status 3 or 4), DO NOT enter your spouse’s name in the spouse name box. Instead enter your spouse’s name on the Filing Status 3 or 4 line below the address box. Address Enter your home street address. Do not enter a P.O. Box unless mail is not delivered to your street address. 8 • Overseas on Due Date Check this box if you were living or traveling outside the United States and Puerto Rico (including serving in the military or naval service), on May 1, 2020. You must file your return by July 1, 2020. and you are unable to account separately for the child and dependent care deduction, that deduction must be proportionately allocated between each spouse based on the income attributable to each. One spouse may never claim less than a whole personal exemption. Even in the case where spouses have equal income and one child, only one spouse may claim that child. • Earned Income Tax Credit Claimed on Federal Return If you claimed an Earned Income Tax Credit on your 2019 federal return, enter the amount claimed. EXEMPTIONS Enter the number of exemptions allowed in the appropriate boxes. The first exemption box has been completed for you. FILING STATUS Enter the correct number in the box to identify your filing status. Section 1 In most cases, your filing status will be the same as the one you selected on your federal return. Dependents Generally, you may claim the same number of dependent exemptions allowed on your federal re­turn. If you are using Filing Status 3 or 4, see the Filing Status instructions in the previous section for the rules on claiming dependents. You may never claim less than a whole exemption. The same dependent may not be claimed on separate returns. Multiply the sum of the exemptions claimed in the “You” and “Dependents” boxes by $930. If claiming Filing Status 3 or Filing Status 4, enter your spouse’s name on the line provided in the Filing Status section and your spouse’s Social Security Number in the name and address section of the return. Single (Filing Status 1) Use this filing status if you claimed one of the following federal filing status­es on your federal return: Single, Head of Household, or Qualifying Widow(er). If you claimed the Head of Household filing status on your fed­eral return, check the “Single” filing status box and the “Head of Household” box. Section 2 65 or Over To qualify for the additional personal ex­emption, you must have been age 65 or older on or before January 1, 2020. Married, Filing Joint Return (Filing Status 2) Blind To qualify for the additional personal exemption for the blind, you must have been consid­ered blind for federal income tax purposes. Multiply the sum of exemptions claimed for “65 or over” and “Blind” by $800. BOTH spouses must have Virginia source income. You and your spouse may choose to file a joint return if both have Virginia Source Income and • you computed your federal income tax liabilities together on a joint federal return; or • neither of you was required to file a federal return. Exemption Amount Add the dollar amount from “Total Section 1” box to the dollar amount from “Total Section 2” box. Enter this amount on Line 12. When using Filing Status 2 or 3 on Form 763, your spouse’s exemption is in­cluded in the “Spouse” column. Do not claim your spouse as a dependent. HOW TO ENTER NUMBERS Married, Spouse Has No Income from Any Source (Filing Status 3) Round to Whole Dollars: To improve return preparation accuracy and speed the processing of your return, all amount entries on your return must be rounded to the nearest dollar. Amounts less than 50 cents are to be rounded down while all amounts 50 cents - 99 cents are to be rounded up. Negative Numbers: Enter negative numbers (less than 0) in brackets. For example, if your federal adjusted gross income was negative 12,000 enter this as [12,000]. Both spouses must file under this status if: • federal income tax liabilities are determined on a joint federal return; or • neither files a federal return; or • one spouse files a separate return and the other spouse has no gross income and was not a dependent of another taxpayer. Note that in this case, the standard deduction is limited to $3,000. Line 1 - Adjusted Gross Income Married, Filing Separate Returns (Filing Status 4) A separate return must be filed if one of the following applies: ?
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