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matt19
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If I drive for Lyft in Minnesota, but live in Wisconsin, do I file state tax returns for both states?

 
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Vanessa
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If I drive for Lyft in Minnesota, but live in Wisconsin, do I file state tax returns for both states?

Yes, Minnesota and Wisconsin do not have a reciprocity agreement, therefore, if you live in Wisconsin and work in Minnesota you will need to file a NonResident Return for Minnesota and also a Resident return for Wisconsin.  Be sure to file the Minnesota NonResident Return first. Wisconsin does allow a credit for the net income tax paid to Minnesota on income that is taxed by both states. 

https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/ise-mnrecipro.aspx#recip1

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Vanessa
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If I drive for Lyft in Minnesota, but live in Wisconsin, do I file state tax returns for both states?

Yes, Minnesota and Wisconsin do not have a reciprocity agreement, therefore, if you live in Wisconsin and work in Minnesota you will need to file a NonResident Return for Minnesota and also a Resident return for Wisconsin.  Be sure to file the Minnesota NonResident Return first. Wisconsin does allow a credit for the net income tax paid to Minnesota on income that is taxed by both states. 

https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/FAQS/ise-mnrecipro.aspx#recip1

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