How to File Taxes With One Resident State & Multiple Non-Resident States?

Answer Any state you made money in may require you to pay income tax and this can result in you filing taxes in several different states. You will receive a different W-2 form from your employers for each... Read More »

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Does a temporary resident have to pay taxes in the state they are in?

Yes. If you consider the state your primary residence, you must file a state income tax return. Items considered when determining primary residence include driver's license address, voter's registr... Read More »

Does a temporary resident in the state of Alabama have to pay taxes?

A temporary resident for tax purposes is considered a non-resident of that state. Any wages earned in Alabama will have to be reported on the state's income tax form. Alabama non-residents will fil... Read More »

How to Convert From Non-Resident to Resident at California State University in Hayward, California?

Public colleges and universities in the Golden State, including California State University East Bay in Hayward, determine a student's residency status based on state law. If you can qualify as a C... Read More »

If you were admitted to a UC as a CA resident, are you considered a resident until graduation?

NO - you will be considered in-state this term, or maybe to include your first year, but since your permanent residence will go to where your parents reside (and thus currently pay taxes income/pro... Read More »