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I am active duty and my home of record is Ca. however, I own a home in Ok and both my cars are registered in Ok. Do I need to put Ok as another state I lived in in 2017?

 
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I am active duty and my home of record is Ca. however, I own a home in Ok and both my cars are registered in Ok. Do I need to put Ok as another state I lived in in 2017?

It depends. Active duty military members file their tax returns in their state of legal residence (SLR) – which is usually their home of record state.  Please read through the following related to Active Duty  Military and your military state of residence for more information, as well as some example scenarios. 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302301

Yet, each state decides whether a service member must file a return when they are stationed outside their resident state. For more information see below:  

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3299939