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Old 08-13-2013, 08:33 AM   #1
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Do I have to Minnesota taxes even though I'm a

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South Dakota resident.? I recently moved to Minnesota for college and I'am currently working in Minnesota. I checked Minnesotas tax website and I am not currently considered a resident. Do I have to pay taxes on the wages I made while in Minnesota. South Dakota does not have a income tax.
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yes, potentially, you do have a filing requirement in MN. you are a non resident of MN and would file whatever MN has for a non resident return. ONLY the MN earnings would go on that return. You'll need to look into what the income threshold is for NR filing in MN. if you fall below that threshold you probably don;t need to file unless you have some MN withholdings to recover.
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Old 08-14-2013, 06:22 AM   #3
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Yes, you must pay MN income taxes on the MN wages. Even though your domicile does not change as a student, MN still can tax any wages earned by anyone who earns it within the state of MN. The only exception to this is the military pay of military personnel stationed in MN but domiciled in another state.
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