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Hi,

I live in NC but work in VA. I have some small amount of NC taxes from a monthly retirement check I receive but 90% of my income comes from a VA company.

So when I file my NC taxes I end up paying a penalty because I haven't paid enough taxes throughout the year (regardless that I settle up at years end).

My question is that I get a refund from VA taxes (which I end up sending to NC) but not a 100% refund. So am I actually paying VA taxes or are they sending that money to NC?

I want to reduce my VA taxes and start making quarterly payments to NC to prevent getting penalized but wasn't sure as to what level I could reduce them or even how much NC tax I need to pay quarterly.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Rut
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