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I am a North Dakota resident earning wages in Montana. How do I file a Montana income tax return?

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I am a North Dakota resident earning wages in Montana. How do I file a Montana income tax return?

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Montana and North Dakota have a reciprocal agreement. If a Montana resident performs personal or professional services for an employer in North Dakota, the wages are treated as being earned in Montana and the Montana resident does not have to file a North Dakota income tax return reporting those wages. If a North Dakota resident performed personal or professional services for an employer in Montana, the wages are treated as being earned in North Dakota and the North Dakota resident does not have to file a Montana income tax return reporting those wages. The agreement also covers withholding taxes. Withholding is not required on wages treated as earned in the other state. The Montana-North Dakota agreement applies only to wages; other types of income, such as the self-employment income of an independent contractor or mineral royalties, are not included


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Views: 688 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Sep 02, 2015
Posted in: STATES, North Dakota

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