Do I need to file state taxes for Virginia if I live in Virginia and my company is located in Missouri?
I have relocated to Virginia for my job in October of 2007. I guess you would call me a remote employee as I am the only employee for my company here in Virginia. There is not an office or any kind here in Virginia. My company did not take any Virginia income tax out on my W-2. They took Missouri income tax out. I am wondering if I need to file in Virginia as well as Missouri. Please Help....
Asked By: Scott T - 2/2/2008
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You live in VA and earn the income in VA so that's the only state that can tax you now that you've moved. Since your employer doesn't have a physical presence in VA they are not required to withhold VA taxes though... More
Answered By: bostonianinmo - 2/2/2008
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both states, yes part year resident in each, if there's a separate form for part year [some states have]. fortunately, most states allow a credit for taxes paid to another state, so you'll not pay state taxes twice. hint: do Missouri first -- it'll be easier that way, i believe
Answered By: Spock (rhp) - 2/2/2008
Answered By: Jossey - 2/2/2008
Yes- you will need to file in both Virginia and Missouri. (as part year residents in each state). In the end, you will pay missouri taxes for the portion of time you lived there, and likewise in Virginia. For 2008, if they continue to withhold MO taxes, you would have to file there as a nonresident to get your money... More
Answered By: vinceums - 2/2/2008
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