To make adjustments to your income and expenses that are attributable to your Virginia period of residency, go to:
- State Section
- Virginia Part Year Return
- Income Subject to Tax
The amount entered for the following entries will be allocated to Virginia (Column A2)
Wages for Military Spouse- Military spouse income that is NOT subject to tax in Virginia
Scholarship Income- Scholarship income reported on the federal return that is NOT subject to Virginia tax.
Interest and Dividend Income
Pension and Other Income
Adjustments to Income Subject to State Tax (Other Adjustments)-Includes alimony received, business income, taxable pensions, gains and losses. Income is not limited to these items.
State Tax Refund- State refund reported on your federal return and received while a resident of Virginia. Deducted on line 6 of the 760PY.
Moving Expenses- Due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, you can only claim moving expenses if you are in the military. Any amount entered on the federal return and marked as a military move will be pulled to the Part Year return. If your moving expenses are not allowed on the federal return, no amount will be pulled to the state return.