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There should be no difference in Federal taxes. You will have to file a federal W-4 with a new employer. You will want to do everything you can to make it clear to New York that you have moved. Register the cars, get drivers licenses, and register to vote in Maryland. Close all the bank accounts in New York, and open accounts in MD. A big mistake that ...


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I have done this before (move to another state). Federal taxes will be the same. State taxes will be divided up between the two states dependent on the time you were in each. For example if you were in Utah for 3 months from January before you moved, and then you were in Kentucky for 9 months, then you would pay 3 months worth of Utah taxes and 9 months ...


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If you register your vehicle(s) within 60 days of moving to Maryland and can prove that you paid 6% or more in sales tax to the state where you bought the vehicle(s), then you owe $100 tax. Otherwise, you owe 6% or the difference between the 6% and what you actually paid in sales tax based on the NADA value. Found at Motor Car Tag and Title: The State ...


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