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    Q: How Do You Pay Your State Income Tax If You Live and Work in Different States?

    Here’s how you pay state income tax if you live and work in different states.

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    How does living in South Carolina and working in Georgia impact your state income tax? 

    If you live in one state and work in the other, you’ll file your tax return for the state you live in and get credit back for all the income tax that’s been withheld from your paycheck from the other state so you’re not double taxed. 

    However, you’ll have to file one additional form for the state you work in: a nonresident state income tax form. It’s a simple process, though, and tax preparation specialists are accustomed to handling this type of situation. If you have questions about this topic, don’t hesitate to give me a call—I’d be happy to find the answer you need. 

     

    Tax preparation specialists are accustomed to handling this type of situation.

     

     

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