Address On Federal Return Creates State Income Tax Problem

A lot of people think that determining your state of residence is a matter of day counting. This is understandable as many states have adopted the New York rule. If you have a permanent place of abode in New York and are physically present in the the state more than 183 days (and a day means any part of a day even a proverbial New York minute), you are a statutory resident. But a statutory resident of New York or Massachusetts, for example, will also be taxed as a resident of some other state for that entire year.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2017/06/15/address-on-federal-return-creates-state-income-tax-problem/#6b54a7312321

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