drbrianjones
New Member

If I live in Virginia, work as a medical resident in Washington, DC, and my residency HQ is in Scranton, PA, do I file DC taxes along with my VA tax?

 
DanielV01
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State tax filing

It depends.  DC does not tax nonresidents.  If DC tax was not taken out of your paycheck, you do not need to file a DC return.  If it was withheld, you would file a DC reciprocal return to have these mistaken withholdings returned to you.  You will only need to file a Virginia resident return.  (Your residency HQ is not a factor on your tax return.  Even if it did, PA and VA also have a reciprocal agreement that you only pay taxes to your resident state, VA.)

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