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tony8007
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I am a military member stationed outside of Maryland for the entire year but my home of record is maryland, does that mean i should be filing as a Maryland resident or nonresident?

 
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BarbL
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I am a military member stationed outside of Maryland for the entire year but my home of record is maryland, does that mean i should be filing as a Maryland resident or nonresident?

You will file as a Maryland resident. 

In the Personal Info section of Turbo Tax, select Maryland as your state of residence and indicate you did NOT live in another state in 2016.  Time spent away from your resident state on military orders is treated the same as if you had been present in your home state the entire time.

This should trigger the Maryland resident return.


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BarbL
Employee Tax Expert

I am a military member stationed outside of Maryland for the entire year but my home of record is maryland, does that mean i should be filing as a Maryland resident or nonresident?

You will file as a Maryland resident. 

In the Personal Info section of Turbo Tax, select Maryland as your state of residence and indicate you did NOT live in another state in 2016.  Time spent away from your resident state on military orders is treated the same as if you had been present in your home state the entire time.

This should trigger the Maryland resident return.


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