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My son has a w2 from job corps. Does he have to pay state tax

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My son has a w2 from job corps. Does he have to pay state tax on the wages if non were taken out?
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Customer: just wondering if he needs to file in the state where the wages were earned and the state he was a residence of on 12/21
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lev replied 7 months ago.
If both states have income taxes - and if his total income is above filing requirements - then - yes - filing is required for both states.State income tax liability is based on both - the source of income (where work physically was done) and residency.
Expert:  Lev replied 7 months ago.
First file the tax return for the nonresident state - only income from sources within that state will be taxable for nonresidents.Then - file income for resident state - and all worldwide income is taxed for the state where you are a resident.Thus it is possible that the same income is taxed for both states.In this case - you would be able to claim a credit for taxes paid to other states with your resident tax return - thus effectively will avoid double taxation of the same income.Questions?