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Old 10-15-2008, 11:31 PM
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What are the filing requirements for nonresident's working in South Carolina?

According to South Carolina Department of Revenue, "a nonresident individual must file a state tax return if that individual's gross income taxable to South Carolina State is more than the federal personal exemption amount."

Furthermore, a nonresident individual is required to file a form SC1040 - "SC Individual Income Tax Return" and Schedule NR - "Nonresident Schedule."

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