Which state am I a resident of? Where do I file my taxes?
January 20, 2008 4:49 PM Subscribe
I live in NH but still have a CT driver's license... due to a combination of supposed lack of need and laziness.
posted by Jimmie to law & government (9 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I currently live and work in New Hampshire, in which there is no state income tax. All the rent, cable, and electric bills are in my name. I've been living and working in New Hampshire for about 7 months now. However, I still have a Connecticut driver's license. I never got around to getting a NH driver's license because I don't own a car, and the CT license doesn't expire for another 3 or so year... so basically a combination of a seeming lack of need and laziness.
So, for the sake of filing my taxes this year, am I a resident of New Hampshire or CT? Do I file taxes for both? As punishment for having never switched from a CT to NH license, does this mean CT's going to try and tax my income?