Megan C :
You are a resident for tax purposes where you are domiciled. Where is "home" - where do you go back to when you are not working
Hans: This looks like you may be asking me a question. Or is it a question that I should ask myself to determine my tax domicile. If the latter, then OK, it is California since June 1st.
Megan C :
When you say you "relocated" to California, that tells me that you put up residence there. Even though you commuted to Georgia, that was for temporary purposes.
Hans: "Temporary purposes". I commuted to Georgie every week, and now commute to Montreal every week. Not sure what you mean by "temporary purposes" here?
Furthermore, does that mean that Georgia is not entitled to payroll tax while I live in California, even though I commute and work in Georgia? If so, why did California want to withhold tax when the situation was reversed, i.e. I lived in Georgia and commuted to California? (Which was the case from August 2012 to May 2013). I.e. Is it then correct that for August 2012 to May 2013, when I lived in Georgia and commuted to California, that only Georgie state tax was withheld?