Form PIT-NON (2023): Delaware Individual Non-Resident Income Tax Return

Delaware Form PIT-NON is used by individuals who are not residents of Delaware to report and pay income tax on income earned within the state during 2023.

Who Should File Form PIT-NON?

A. You are considered a non-resident for tax purposes if your domicile (permanent home) is not in Delaware and you spend fewer than 183 days physically present within the state in a calendar year.

B. You earned income from Delaware sources, such as wages, salaries, commissions, rents, royalties, or business income derived from activities conducted within Delaware.

What Information Do I Need to File Form PIT-NON?

A. Federal Tax Return Information: Your Federal Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) from your federal tax return (Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ) and any relevant supporting schedules.

B. Delaware Source Income: Details of all income you earned from sources within Delaware, including amounts and types of income.

C. Deductions and Credits: Documentation for any deductions or credits you are claiming against your Delaware taxable income.

D. Personal Information: Your name, Social Security number, mailing address, and filing status.

How to File Form PIT-NON?

  • You can download the form PIT-NON and instructions attached below.
  • The form allows for paper filing or electronic filing.

To access the current year's Form PIT-NON, click here.