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Hiya Phil,

Sure, I work here, but I'm just as confused about taxes as anyone, and I'm hoping you can clarify something for me. The problem? I moved from one state to another in the past year.

I lived in California for about eight months of 2000, and in Virginia for the remainder of the year.

I have no idea how to deal with that taxwise. I've had income withheld in both states, but I'm not sure how to go about filing the returns or calculating what I owe in either state.

What's the rule for this? How do I sort it out?


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