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State Income tax

My wife works for a company as a consultant from home. The company is located in Utah. She lives in North Carolina. Which State tax does she have to file, Utah or North Carolina?



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My wife works for a company as a consultant from home. The company is located in Utah. She lives in North Carolina. Which State tax does she have to file, Utah or North Carolina?
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