Tax Locations: Income Tax When You Work In Multiple States

Tax Locations: Income Tax When You Work In Multiple States

If you live in a big territory like New York or California, it's unlikely that you work in more than one state. However, if you're a resident of the DC area, or live in a smaller area like New Jersey or Rhode Island, you may find yourself working in more than just your home state. This isn't a problem for your return, but you do need to know how to handle the situation so your earnings are reported accurately.
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