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It appears that Virginia is going to do the following:

Tax us on our Full Year's Income

while, at the same time prorating our exemptions and deductions downward to adjust for only the time we lived in Virginia.

Anyone around here cope with this before? Is this right?


No and no.

You're doing something wrong. I don't know which way VA approaches this. It will be either figuring VA tax on only your VA income with apportioned exemptions and deductions or figuring tax on your entire year's income and applying a percentage to that equalling the percent of income that's VA source.

If I have a chance later today I'll check out the 760PY and see what I find.

Phil
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