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jay-goebel
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Hi, My permanent residence is my parent's home in MN, however, I rent an apartment in North Dakota, where I go to school. What do I put for states I've lived in?

I'm only at my parents on breaks or some weekends, do I put that I moved, and what would I put for a moving date?
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SteamTrain
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Hi, My permanent residence is my parent's home in MN, however, I rent an apartment in North Dakota, where I go to school. What do I put for states I've lived in?

IF you are an undergraduate in school...and under age 24  

Your parents are (likely) providing more than half of your support and they will be claiming you as a dependent on their tax return.

....you need to indicate on your tax file that someone else will be claiming you as their dependent.

...then you didn't "move"....you were a resident of MN all year (attending college in any other state doesn't count for a "move").

...so no problems so far unless you take a job in ND

...now...if you actually "work" in ND, and get paid for some job in ND, you have to realize that ND and MN have something called a reciprocal tax agreement...whereby a MN resident who works in ND will not be taxed by ND, and will only be taxed by MN.  You need to tell the ND employer that you are a MN resident so that the proper forms are filled out to not have any ND withholding (and perhaps do MN withholding). 

 http://www.nd.gov/tax/data/upfiles/media/ndwrfillable.pdf?20161222101815

You do NOT say that you worked in another state for this situation...for tax purposes, you only worked in MN.  (this only applies to a W-2 job)

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1899178-what-is-a-state-reciprocal-agreement

____________*Answers are correct to the best of my knowledge when posted, but should not be considered to be legal or official tax advice.*

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VinuthaM
Level 5

Hi, My permanent residence is my parent's home in MN, however, I rent an apartment in North Dakota, where I go to school. What do I put for states I've lived in?

hey this link may help you

<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/3368177-permanent-address-student">https://ttlc.intuit.com/questio...>
SteamTrain
Level 15

Hi, My permanent residence is my parent's home in MN, however, I rent an apartment in North Dakota, where I go to school. What do I put for states I've lived in?

IF you are an undergraduate in school...and under age 24  

Your parents are (likely) providing more than half of your support and they will be claiming you as a dependent on their tax return.

....you need to indicate on your tax file that someone else will be claiming you as their dependent.

...then you didn't "move"....you were a resident of MN all year (attending college in any other state doesn't count for a "move").

...so no problems so far unless you take a job in ND

...now...if you actually "work" in ND, and get paid for some job in ND, you have to realize that ND and MN have something called a reciprocal tax agreement...whereby a MN resident who works in ND will not be taxed by ND, and will only be taxed by MN.  You need to tell the ND employer that you are a MN resident so that the proper forms are filled out to not have any ND withholding (and perhaps do MN withholding). 

 http://www.nd.gov/tax/data/upfiles/media/ndwrfillable.pdf?20161222101815

You do NOT say that you worked in another state for this situation...for tax purposes, you only worked in MN.  (this only applies to a W-2 job)

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1899178-what-is-a-state-reciprocal-agreement

____________*Answers are correct to the best of my knowledge when posted, but should not be considered to be legal or official tax advice.*
VinuthaM
Level 5

Hi, My permanent residence is my parent's home in MN, however, I rent an apartment in North Dakota, where I go to school. What do I put for states I've lived in?

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