How to Declare Dual State Residency?

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To declare dual state residency, you would work in one state and maintain an apartment or home in that state for more than a mandated number of days per year designated by the statutory state. You are required to pay taxes in both the state you work; statutory state and the state your main home is located. Some states offer a tax credit for the income made in another state but you are required to document both states as residences. An example would be people living in Connecticut and commuting to work in New York City or New Jersey. Many Connecticut residence maintain townhouses or rentals in the city instead of going home every day.
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