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I believe that, in general, your work income would be taxed by both your state of work and state of residence, and you would claim a tax credit for taxes paid to one state on the doubly-taxed income on the other state's tax return. Whether the credit is claimed on the resident state or nonresident state depends on the exact pair of states. (In the case of ...


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Nope, the IRS just deals with federal. You'll have to work with your state's department/office of revenue to settle up with them.


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