It is very possible that you live in one state and work in another. If so, you may face some confusion while filing your tax return. State laws may require you to file a tax return in multiple states, increasing your chance of error during the tax return process. Other situations may also require you to file a tax return in multiple states, including but not limited to moving during the tax year or having a short term job/internship in another state during the tax year. If you work in one state and live in another or face a similar situation, please continue reading below to learn about the tax reporting requirements of living in one state and working in another. Related Posts - File your taxes online for free: The IRS Free File Program - State Tax Refunds: Are state tax refunds taxable? - Four reasons why you should file your tax return early - Tax Tips for Bloggers: Four things every blogger should know What are the tax filing requirements when working in a different
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