I only lived in Walker for part of the year--how do I file?

If you lived in Walker for part of the year and did not work in Walker as a non-resident, you need to file a Walker resident return (Form W-1040R). Report on this form only your taxable income while a resident, regardless of the source of the income. Check the part-year resident box under the name and address block on the form and fill in your dates of residency.

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1. Am I a Walker resident subject to the tax?
2. Who needs to file a Walker Resident income tax return?
3. Who needs to file a Walker Non-Resident income tax return?
4. My employer is not located in Walker and will not withhold Walker income tax. What do I need to do to avoid penalty and interest?
5. I only lived in Walker for part of the year--how do I file?
6. I am having trouble preparing my Walker return. How do I get help?
7. My mailing address is Grand Rapids. How do I know if I live in Walker?
8. I can’t pay my Walker income tax on time. What interest rate do you charge?
9. I received a distribution from a pension plan and/or an IRA that was reported to me on Form 1099-R. How do I know if it is taxable?
10. How do I obtain a Walker withholding booklet?
11. What are the withholding rates?
12. I made a deductible IRA contribution for federal purposes. How do I calculate my Walker IRA deduction?
13. What mailing address should I send my completed Walker income tax return to?
14. I am a non-resident who worked for a Walker employer in 2021. Does the COVID-related stay at home order have an impact on my 2021 Walker tax return?