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ajit-bhambhani
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Am i a resident of Massachusetts?

 
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CatinaT1
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Am i a resident of Massachusetts?

You're a full-year resident if:

  • Your home is in Massachusetts for the entire tax year, or
  • Your home is not in Massachusetts for the entire tax year but you:
    • Maintain a permanent place of abode in Massachusetts, and 
    • Spend a total of more than 183 days of the tax year in Massachusetts, including days spent partially in Massachusetts. (Do not count days spent in Massachusetts while on active duty in the U.S. armed forces.)

You're a part-year resident if you:

  • Move to Massachusetts during the tax year and become a resident, or
  • Move out of Massachusetts during the tax year and end your status as a resident. 

You're a nonresident if you are neither a full-year nor a part-year resident.

 

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CatinaT1
Expert Alumni

Am i a resident of Massachusetts?

You're a full-year resident if:

  • Your home is in Massachusetts for the entire tax year, or
  • Your home is not in Massachusetts for the entire tax year but you:
    • Maintain a permanent place of abode in Massachusetts, and 
    • Spend a total of more than 183 days of the tax year in Massachusetts, including days spent partially in Massachusetts. (Do not count days spent in Massachusetts while on active duty in the U.S. armed forces.)

You're a part-year resident if you:

  • Move to Massachusetts during the tax year and become a resident, or
  • Move out of Massachusetts during the tax year and end your status as a resident. 

You're a nonresident if you are neither a full-year nor a part-year resident.

 

Find more information here.

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**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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