I am a DoD Civilian, I lived in Ohio prior to my deployment and was deployed as follows:
May 2004 Iraq deployed from Dayton, OH to FT. Bliss TX for deployment to Iraq
Jan 2005 Deployment orders extended for Iraq
2006 - Dec 2006 Deployed to Saudi Arabia/Germany
Dec 2006 - Feb 2008 Deployed from Saudi Arabia to Germany
Jan 2007 Home sold while deployed to Saudi Arabia by my boyfriend via POA
Feb 2008 - Nov 2008 Deployed from Germany to new job Boise ID
Nov 2008 Start 5 year tour back to Iraq and Qatar
I just received a Tax
Discovery Notice of $56K for years 2004 -2011. This does not make sense due to the below. Also, I NEVER returned to Ohio after my house was sold, my plane went from GE to Boise, Id. I provided the Ohio tax agent with ALL of my travel orders, but they keep ignoring my DoD Travel Orders, and I included my SF 50 that showed my move to Boise, ID.
All they keep asking for is copy of my W-2s which I do not have access to. I just sent an email to the Tax Commissioner and Governor of Oh. I had mortgage interest and prior to my deployment received refunds from OH...
Can you explain this?
Here is the Ohio Tax law
Under Ohio's income tax
law, a taxpayer is a "resident taxpayer" if the taxpayer is "domiciled" in Ohio. See division (I)(1) of Ohio Revised Code section 5747.01. 4 An individual who is not a "resident" of Ohio for any portion of the year is a "nonresident," but an individual who is a resident of Ohio for only a portion of the taxable year is a nonresident for the other portion that taxable year. See division (J) of Ohio Revised Code section 5747.01. For ease of reading, the department uses the term "part-year resident" to describe a taxpayer who meets “(I),” below, and either “(II)(a)” or “(II)(b),” below:
( I) The taxpayer is a resident for only a portion of the current taxable year and