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demeraewright
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If we lived in Idaho for at least eight months plus do we still have to apply for a non-resident of Utah or do we have to do both

 
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KrisD
Intuit Alumni

If we lived in Idaho for at least eight months plus do we still have to apply for a non-resident of Utah or do we have to do both

If you lived in two states, and have income for both, you would be "part-year residents" for both states and file as such. 

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KrisD
Intuit Alumni

If we lived in Idaho for at least eight months plus do we still have to apply for a non-resident of Utah or do we have to do both

If you lived in two states, and have income for both, you would be "part-year residents" for both states and file as such. 

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demeraewright
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If we lived in Idaho for at least eight months plus do we still have to apply for a non-resident of Utah or do we have to do both

We only got income in Utah but we moved to Utah at the end of September
KrisD
Intuit Alumni

If we lived in Idaho for at least eight months plus do we still have to apply for a non-resident of Utah or do we have to do both

If you only have income for Utah, you would file as "part-year" resident of Utah. If you earned NO income while living or working in Idaho, including prize or gambling winnings, there is no reason to file an Idaho return (unless you paid tax there that you could get refunded, but that sounds unlikely in your situation)
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