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

Delaware Form PIT-NON is used by individuals who are not residents of Delaware but earned income within the state during the tax year. It allows them to report and pay any income tax owed to Delaware.

Who Needs to File Form PIT-NON?

A. You generally need to file a Form PIT-NON if you had income from Delaware sources and your total income from Delaware exceeds the federal filing threshold for your filing status.

B. You may also need to file even if your income is below the threshold if you owe Delaware income tax or want to claim a refund.

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

A. Federal Tax Return: A copy of your federal income tax return (Form 1040, 1040NR, etc.) and all relevant schedules.

B. Delaware Income: Documentation of all income earned from Delaware sources (W-2s, 1099s, etc.).

C. Deductions: Proof of any deductions you claim, especially those related to Delaware income (e.g., business expenses incurred in DE).

D. Tax Payments: Records of any estimated tax payments made to Delaware during the year.

E. Personal Information: Your Social Security number, mailing address, and contact information.

How to File Form PIT-NON?

  • The Delaware Division of Revenue offers both paper and electronic filing options for Form PIT-NON.
  • Paper Filing: Download a copy of Form PIT-NON and any necessary schedules attached below. Mail the completed form and supporting documentation to the address provided on the form.

Important Deadlines For Form PIN-NON:

  • The deadline to file Form PIT-NON is the same as the federal income tax filing deadline (typically April 15th of the following year).
  • Extensions are available, but you must file Form PIT-EXT before the original due date.