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My understanding is that you were in the Army based in NC 2008, but you were legeally a resident of Texas and owned property
in GA., and the NC Dept. of Revenue is saying that you owe them money. Is this correct?
Q: If you had North Carolina income
sources (not military pay), they can. SEE BELOW:
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, if you are a legal resident of another state who is stationed in North Carolina on military orders, you will not be taxed on your military pay by North Carolina. However, if you receive income from non-military employment, tangible property or a business located in North Carolina, you must pay the North Carolina tax on that income.
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