Income Taxes for Living in Two States?

Answer In an economic climate where it may seem that "everyone" wants your money, sometimes two different states may have a justifiable claim to your income tax payments, depending on certain living and w... Read More »

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How to Get Out of Estate Taxes & Income Taxes Without Moving States?

If you do not do any estate planning, your heirs could end up with a hefty estate tax and income tax bill when you die. The estate tax is a tax that is paid based on the total assessed value of you... Read More »

Do Americans living in Mexico pay income taxes?

U.S. citizens living in Mexico and elsewhere must pay taxes on their income. According to the Internal Revenue Service, any income earned by U.S. citizens and resident aliens is taxable regardless... Read More »

State Taxes for Living & Working in Two Different States?

Living and working in two different states can complicate your tax filing requirements. Like most tax issues, the complications vary depending upon which states are involved and your particular cir... Read More »

What states have state income taxes?

Through the 2010 tax year, 43 states have income taxes. Those that don't are Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. Two others -- New Hampshire and Tennessee -- limit... Read More »