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if i live in new hampshire, but work in massachusetts, do i ...

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if i live in new hampshire, but work in massachusetts, do i have to pay massachusetts state tax
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Ed Johnson replied 9 years ago.


Unfortunately, Massachusetts and New Hampshire to not have recipricol income tax agreements. This means that you will have to file a non-residnet return for Massachusetts, and a residnet return for New Hampshire.

New Hampshire will want to tax your world wide income, while Massachusetts will want to tax only the income sourced in the state. New Hampshire will give you a tax credit for taxes paid to Mass.

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