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Old 03-13-2015, 11:23 PM
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CA residency but RI work/state tax? Thanks!!

Hi! I have California residency but work full-time, year-round in Rhode Island. On my W-2 form which I received, my address is in California, but my state listed as RI (with a corresponding state income tax for RI). How should I approach this so that I do not lose my California residency, which is very important to me? In particular, what order would I need to file non-resident and resident state tax, especially if I didn't receive any info about my withheld resident (CA) state tax? Thank you!



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Old 03-14-2015, 01:12 AM
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Hi! I have California residency but work full-time, year-round in Rhode Island. On my W-2 form which I received, my address is in California, but my state listed as RI (with a corresponding state income tax for RI). How should I approach this so that I do not lose my California residency, which is very important to me?====>>so you are a full year resident of CA and are working in RI as a NON-resident of RI.Then, in this case, there is no Reciprocal Agreements between CA and RI, you need to pay tax on your RI source income to RI as a NON-resident of RI and also need to file your home state return as a full year resident of CA to claim your tax that you pay to RI on your CA return.
In particular, what order would I need to file non-resident and resident state tax, especially if I didn't receive any info about my withheld resident (CA) state tax======> As mentioned above. Ou are NOT subject to double taxation by both CA and RI.



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Old 03-14-2015, 01:37 PM
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Thanks so much for the quick advice!

But I just needed to clarify one thing - I'm actually not a full-year resident in California, but a full-year resident in Rhode Island. Would that change things significantly/again put my California residency in jeopardy?

I hope this will make it a little clearer:
Born and grew up in CA for 18 years (so thus my current state residence)
Went to college in RI for 4 years, and now working full-time year-round in RI (never switched state residence to RI)

Thank you again!



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Old 03-14-2015, 04:53 PM
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Thanks so much for the quick advice!

But I just needed to clarify one thing - I'm actually not a full-year resident in California, but a full-year resident in Rhode Island. Would that change things significantly/again put my California residency in jeopardy?

I hope this will make it a little clearer:
Born and grew up in CA for 18 years (so thus my current state residence)
Went to college in RI for 4 years, and now working full-time year-round in RI (never switched state residence to RI)

Thank you again!
Born and grew up in CA for 18 years (so thus my current state residence)===>Then I guess you are a full year resident of CA unless you permanenetly moved to RI as a new home state.




Went to college in RI for 4 years, and now working full-time year-round in RI (never switched state residence to RI)====>>>rules vary from state to state.I guess you need to contact CA BOE OR RI Dept of Rev. for more accurate info in detail. In general, you are a full year resident of RI and a NON resident of CA if you did not keep your residence in CA or if your permanent residence was outside CA during the years; time spent in CA in each year was fewer than 31 days. CA resident may also be someone who is not domiciled in CA, but maintains a residence in CA, and spends a total of more than 200 days in CA
during the taxable year.



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