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I will work for a company in Michigan but still live in Texas (just rent a studio there in Michigan)

What is the impact in my tax return? I will need to declare state tax in MI. Is that deductible when I prepare my federal tax? Please, I need some guidance so I will not pay double tax. Thanks
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I will work for a company in Michigan but still live in Texas (just rent a studio there in Michigan)

There is no double state tax, since TX does not have a state income tax. You pay Michigan.

If you itemize Federal, you get to deduct the larger of State Income taxes paid or Sales tax.  That assumes of course, that Congress does not change the tax law rhis year.

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I will work for a company in Michigan but still live in Texas (just rent a studio there in Michigan)

There is no double state tax, since TX does not have a state income tax. You pay Michigan.

If you itemize Federal, you get to deduct the larger of State Income taxes paid or Sales tax.  That assumes of course, that Congress does not change the tax law rhis year.

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