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SECTION 611
New York taxable income of a resident individual
Tax (TAX) CHAPTER 60, ARTICLE 22, PART 2
§ 611. New York taxable income of a resident individual. (a) General.
The New York taxable income of a resident individual shall be his New
York adjusted gross income less his New York deduction and New York
exemptions, as determined under this part.

(b) Husband and wife.

(1) If the federal taxable income of husband or wife, both of whom are
residents, is determined on a separate federal return, their New York
taxable incomes shall be separately determined.

(2) If the federal taxable income of husband and wife, both of whom
are residents, is determined on a joint federal return, their New York
taxable income shall be determined jointly.

(3) If neither husband or wife, both of whom are residents, files a
federal return:

(A) their tax shall be determined on their joint New York taxable
income, or

(B) separate taxes may be determined on their separate New York
taxable incomes if they both so elect.

(4) If either husband or wife is a resident and the other is a
nonresident or part-year resident, separate taxes shall be determined on
their separate New York taxable incomes unless such husband and wife
determine their federal taxable income jointly and both elect to
determine their joint New York taxable income as if both were residents.