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I'm from PA but go to college in Virginia. I have a workstudy job (at college) which I mentioned in the income section. Should I say I lived in another state during 2017?

 
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I'm from PA but go to college in Virginia. I have a workstudy job (at college) which I mentioned in the income section. Should I say I lived in another state during 2017?

No, going to college is considered a "temporary."  You will need to file a resident return in your home state and a non-resident return in the state where you worked for the income that you earned while work in Virginia..


 

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I'm from PA but go to college in Virginia. I have a workstudy job (at college) which I mentioned in the income section. Should I say I lived in another state during 2017?

No, going to college is considered a "temporary."  You will need to file a resident return in your home state and a non-resident return in the state where you worked for the income that you earned while work in Virginia..


 

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