Live in a state with no income tax, but work in a state that does have income tax?

If I reside in one US state that has no state Income Tax, but work in another state that does, do I end up having to pay income taxes to one of those states or not?

Yes. If one state has a state income tax and the other does not, then you pay state income tax to the state with the state income tax.

3 thoughts on “Live in a state with no income tax, but work in a state that does have income tax?

  1. YES this can and is very possible BUT first you do have to correctly fill out and file the nonresident state income tax return for the state that you did earn the taxable income in during the tax year for this purpose and then you will know if you do have to pay that state any amount of state income tax during the tax filing season for the past tax year OK.
    Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 05/11/2013
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  2. You will owe state income tax to the state in which you worked for the money you earned in that state.
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  3. Yes. If one state has a state income tax and the other does not, then you pay state income tax to the state with the state income tax.
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