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This came up in one of the now-disappeared threads, but I think it's worth its own thread. So. Where *do* college students pay state income taxes?
Do they pay in the state where their parents live? In the state where they go to school? In the state where they hold a driver's license? In the state where they are registered to vote? In the state where they earned the money?
What if not all of these answers are the same, which trumps which? Or do they have to pay taxes (or at least file returns) in *BOTH* states?!
(And if they pay in the state where their school is, since they earned the money there during the school year, that would kind of stink because they still don't get in-state tuition since they're not considered residents.) Thanks for any wise information!