My permanent home is in DC. Starting the beginning of this year, my employer transferred me to a two-year Virginia location which is too far to commute. I have rented an apartment in VA and live there most of the time, surely > 183 days per year. For tax purposes, how do I handle the two residences, which residence is used as the official filing address, which state should be withholding state taxes and which state tax returns should I be completing? Thanks.
Thanks for your response, but I have received conflicting information that says if I spend more than 183 days per year in Virginia that makes me a VA resident in the eyes of VA's tax law and, therefore, makes me subject to VA state taxes. In prior years, when I worked at a VA location to which I commuted daily from DC, I leveraged the reciprocal agreement. I just want to clarify my current state tax obligation now that I'm living in VA most of the time for work purposes, but still maintaining my DC home.