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How Can I Determine if I am a Resident of Nebraska?

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How Can I Determine if I am a Resident of Nebraska?

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Resident. A resident is an individual whose domicile is in Nebraska, or an individual who is physically present in this state and maintains a permanent place of abode within this state for an aggregate of more than six months. Nebraska residency will be determined by Nebraska law. If an individual maintains a permanent place of abode in Nebraska and is present in Nebraska for at least 183 days during the tax year, that individual is a Nebraska resident even if domiciled in another state. For this purpose, Nebraska considers any part of a day spent in Nebraska as a day spent in the state.

Partial-Year Resident. A partial-year resident is an individual who is a resident for part of the year, but less than the entire year. To be a partial-year resident, a taxpayer must change domicile during the year, either moving into or out of Nebraska.

 


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Views: 1452 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 24, 2018
Posted in: States, Nebraska

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