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…