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Old 11-04-2010, 12:08 PM
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Residence in NJ, Work in MI

I have an offer to take up work as a consultant in MI for 6 months. I currently reside in NJ.
Do I have to pay to pay tax in both MI and NJ? Does that mean ~7.2% + ~4.5% taxes on my income?

Details: I am on an L2 Visa+EAD.We reside in NJ; my spouse works in NJ.



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