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I live in State A where I have my home address. My work location is in State B. I also do work from home. When I travel, I stay in hotel.

Will my state tax fall in State A or State B? Can travel/hotel expenses can be deducted in the year end filing?

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    Can you add the states involved. There are different regulations that each state follow. – Dheer Dec 3 '18 at 4:23
  • Possible (unanswered) duplicate: money.stackexchange.com/q/99096/36669 – yoozer8 Dec 3 '18 at 12:57
  • Does your employer pay for any of the hotel or transportation when you are working out of state? – mhoran_psprep Dec 3 '18 at 21:16
  • No, I will have to pay by myself. – goofyui Dec 3 '18 at 22:06
  • Needs a bit of clarification about what you mean by "travelling employee". When you say "work location", is that where you actually work, or do you travel to different job sites? As I did working construction jobs: in any year I might work jobs in half a dozen states. But IIRC I paid non-resident taxes to the state where the company headquarters was (even though I never did any work in that state), and would have paid resident taxes to my home state, except that it doesn't have income tax. – jamesqf Dec 4 '18 at 4:48

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