Personal Income Tax & Non-resident NYC Employee Payments (NYC-1127)

Frequently Asked Questions

The deadline for filing your Form NYC-1127 and paying any amount due has been extended to June 1, 2021, in response to the extensions of the Federal and New York personal income tax filing deadlines to May 17, 2021.

Under ordinary circumstances, if you have been granted an extension of time to file either your federal income tax return or your New York state tax return, Form NYC-1127 must be filed within 15 days after such extended due date. Those filing federal and New York state returns previously due on April 15, 2021, have been granted an extension until May 17, 2021. Consequently, the due date for the filing of the NYC-1127, and paying any amount due, is now extended to June 1, 2021.

No, although the instructions to Form NYC-1127 state that you must submit a copy of the letter or other document that shows you have been granted an extension. If you file by June 1, 2021, you may disregard this requirement.

If you have been granted an additional amount of time to file your personal income taxes, you must submit a copy of the letter or other document showing that you have been granted an extension. The NYC-1127 would be due 15 days after the extended due date.

Any New York City employees who were a nonresident of the City (the five NYC boroughs) during any part of a particular tax year must file an 1127 return. In most cases, if you received an 1127.2 statement from your employer, you would have to file an 1127 return.

You are considered a NYC employee if you are employed in a New York City Government agencies such as NYPD, FDNY, Department of Finance, Department of Sanitation, etc…

Please go to e-Services to file online. You will need to register and setup an account. Another option is to mail your 1127 return to:

NYC Department of Finance
Section 1127
P.O. Box 5563
Binghamton, NY 13902-5563

Please include a copy of your New York State return, including all schedules, and wage statement (Form 1127.2).

Please go to e-Services to upload the additional documents if you filed the return online.
You can also mail the documents to:
NYC Department of Finance
Refunds Processing Unit – Section 1127
59 Maiden Lane, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10038

The refund can take up to 60 days to be received. If you haven’t received your refund after 60 days, please go to e-Services and check your refund status. You can also email us at businessrefunds.

The 1127 refund is issued the same method by which your payroll is received. If you receive direct deposit for your payroll, the refund would be deposited into the same account where your payroll is deposited. If you receive a paper check, you would receive a check in the mail. If you receive direct deposit for your payroll, please check your bank statement before contacting us about an 1127 refund. Your refund may have already been deposited into your bank account.

Go to e-Services and click on “Where’s my refund?”, select SS# under the ID type and put in your SS# under ID. Select non-resident city employees and select calendar filer. Input refund tax year and the refund amount expected then click search.

If you’re a spouse of a NYC employee, and you filed a joint return, the 1127 return may have you listed you as the NYC employee. This will erroneously create a letter indicating a liability until the return is manually reviewed and corrected.