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Is it necessary to apportion income earned out of state?

I live in NC but my desk and employer are in MA. I travel there approximately 20% of the year. If I apportion my income, however, then suddenly I am getting a largish refund from MA and paying through the roof in NC. Can I simply choose "100% Massachusetts income", or choose not to apportion wages?

Secondly, if I sell employee stocks acquired through my company, are they considered "non-massachusetts" property sales?

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maglib
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Is it necessary to apportion income earned out of state?

https://www.mass.gov/regulations/830-CMR-625a1-non-resident-income-tax#-3-income-subject-to-massachu...  IS an excellent source about what is /isn't Mass source income.

https://www.mass.gov/service-details/learn-about-massachusetts-gross-income-for-nonresidents 

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