You work from home…but where do you pay taxes?
In our post “Living in One State, Working in Another“, we explained how to file state taxes if you work in one state but live in another.
However, with all the (exciting) advances in technology, more and more individuals are trading in their commutes to the office to instead work remotely from home.
If you work remotely and the company you work for is in a different state than you live in, then your tax situation will differ from someone who physically travels to another state for work.
We understand that you may have no idea how to file your state taxes. We’re here to help!
File taxes to one or two states?
Depending on your specific tax situation, you may need to file two state tax returns; a resident return and a non-resident return. Continue reading “If You Work Remotely Where Do You Pay Taxes?”
Do you carry the burden of dealing with multiple states on your tax return?
For most of us, filing a state tax return is just another step in filing a federal return. Your tax-filing software just transfers your information to your state’s return and you’re done within minutes.
But what if you moved to a different state during the tax year? What if you worked in a state other than the one where you lived? What if you worked in multiple states? Suddenly filing state taxes becomes a little trickier and it may involve filing taxes in two different states.
Basically there are three different types of state tax returns that you need to worry about:
- Part-Year Resident
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With Disney, beautiful beaches and no income taxes, Florida seems like heaven on Earth!
But what if you live in Florida but travel to a neighboring state for work? Well, working in a state with an income tax while living in Florida means you’ll have to pay taxes to the state you earn your income from.
For Florida residents, working in a bordering state such as Georgia, Alabama or Mississippi, you’ll have to pay tax only on the income you received there. To report this, you will file a non-resident return for the state you work in when filing your taxes.
I Live in Florida and Work in Georgia
According to the Georgia Department of Revenue website, non-residents who work in Georgia or receive income from a Georgia source…
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