Italian American Police Society of New Jersey

Will Your NYS Pension be Taxed if you Move to another State?

From the Retired Public Employees Association, REPA.org:

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In response to the many inquiries we have received, we have prepared the following table of important information. While our main focus was NYS pension taxation, we have also noted other types of taxation we thought might be of interest to our New York retirees. The following taxability information was obtained from each state’s web site. We hope you find it informative and use it as a starting point.

If you are reviewing this information to seriously contemplate a move to a particular state, you should be mindful of the fact that states often enact, amend, and repeal their tax laws; please contact their Revenue Agency yourself to verify that the information is up to date.

We also strongly recommend that you do some further preparation—such as discussing the matter with your tax advisor—before making important decisions that may affect the taxability of your pension and other retirement income.

Follow this link to open the chart in a separate window:

http://www.rpea.org/Tax_Info/tax_info.php