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|Subject: Re: State tax question||Date: 2/12/2000 12:36 PM|
|Author: TMFTaxes||Number: 28421 of 121219|
<<I have a confusing tax situation (confusing to me, that is...)
I lived and worked in Massachusetts from 1/1/99 - 9/1/99.
For the remaining three months, I worked in Wisconsin, but the paychecks came from my temp agency (located in Utah).>>
But while the checks "came" from Utah, I'm guessing that they will reflect that the wages were "earned" in WI.
<<I'll have to file a return for MA. I would guess that I would also have to file a return for WI, since I was working there. >>
Right you are. You'll likely file as a part year resident in both states.
<<But since I was paid by a corporation in UT, do I have to file there, too?>>
I seriously doubt it. Again, look at the W-2 that was issued by this company. I'd be very surprised if the "state wages" section reflected anything other than WI.
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