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I've checked the FAQ and the archive, the previous State of Residence thread addressed some of the issues, and matches what I know of the situation.

In general, having a seperate State or residence from the one of employment probably results in a wash since you have to pay the income tax where you earned it. However, I am heading in to a scenario where I suspect my capital gains will slowly climb to be equivalent to my wage income over the next couple years and eventually exceed it. Since I live in CA, my marginal bracket is 9.3%, NV is 0%. The taxes on my cap gains could be paying for the property necessary to makeit my residence.

What are the main gotchas in trying to reside in another state when I spend the predominant amount of time in my work state? I currently own property in CA.

Thanks, I know I should discuss this in depth with my own tax guy, but want to have a better understanding of the basics before I do.

Thanks
Donut
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