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The only issue you might have is getting any or all of your state taxes back from MA. Texas and Florida have no income tax and Alaska is also not an income states and has the added bonus of paying residents for allowing oil companies to pillage the state there are extra requirements to get that bonus though. Each one of these places is a “residence,” and you may have more than one.
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In brief, they are used to denote that place where you have your permanent home and to which, whenever you are absent, you have the intention of returning. They may also simply accept the DD as prrof. Then email it to finance.
For what it is worth I always noticed that most people in the AF are “residents” of three states. Remember, once you get out you are a resident of whatever state you live in. All I did was file taxes with the original state as a part year resident because your W-2 will reflect that you were a resident there at least part of the time since you did pay some taxes to the state.
Therefore, if you were a Louisiana resident when you entered the military, you are considered a Louisiana resident until you get out of the military or you intentionally change your domicile.
A “home of record” must be changed if it was erroneously or fraudulently recorded initially. Your money has already been sent to MA. Yep, formerly a Virginian switched to FL with the quickness when I got here What is involved with it? I’m not going to change my HOR but I am seriously considering changing my legal residence. I understand the fact that if you work in the city you are using their roads and to a certain extent their police and fire.
If you want it back you have to deal with 20058-1 state. Has anyone done this? Sort of like a babysitting fee. That is an interesting question. Your taxable income for the state you are leaving will only be for those months that you were considered a resident. Normally, your home of record never changes.
If you really are in Germany as your location says it could be tricky. Really rustles my jimmies. I t really is as simple as one person said above. They may want some sort of verification of that.
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They may ask you what date you decided that you intended not to return. You may only have one domicile. It’s going to vary a little based on the state you want to now claim. Kind of a strange law if you ask me. I haven’t lived in that state for 12 years and I’m tired of their shenanigans.
Here is what the form says: If you read the form it explains that the only thing necessary to change your state of legal residence is prescense in that state and intent to return after you seperate from the military. For example they may wantt o know when you registered to vote in the new state or when you licensed you car in the new state.
Some states like Oregon have no state income tax at all.
But the most important for me was changing my LES. Is it true that military members do not have to change their domicile every time they move? Your “home of record” is used for fixing travel and transportation allowances. Those are two completely different things.
Since we are already in April you have paid at least 3 months worth of taxes to MA. Paying state and local income taxes, if applicable; 8.
I’m just tired of giving money away to the state of Taxachusetts. You cannot be “just passing through,” 20558-1 route to your next permanent assignment, or visiting there for the summer. I did it when I inprocessed my base It really is that simple.