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mappp
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Use MI information worksheet Part II to show one spouse resident and the other spouse non-resident.  Then use Sch NR to allocate income to MI spouse.  Use Worksheet 6 on Sch NR to allocate exemption amount for non-resident.  Hope this helps.

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I is perfect no issues I am having trouble with West Virginia allocation. The taxpayer is a resident of MI and a non resident of West Virginia How do I claim exemption of Taxpayer's MI income in West Virginia state return? Thank you

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MI is perfect no issues I am having trouble with West Virginia allocation. The taxpayer is a resident of MI and a non resident of West Virginia How do I claim exemption of Taxpayer's MI income in West Virginia state return? Thank you Spouse is a resident of WV and TP is a nonresident of WV

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jofijohnjoseph
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Another option is filing Married Filing Separate returns for each spouse at the state level.  So a MFS Michigan return for the husband and a MFS West Virginia return for the wife.  You just need to be sure you properly allocate the income.

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mappp
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MI has a little gotcha.  If your clients file a Federal MFJ return, they must file joint for MI.  If the Federal return is MFS, then they have the option of MI filing as MFJ or MFS.