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Client lives in AK 6 weeks, GA 6 wks. - back and forth all year. Has AK wages that are taxable to GA. If part-year GA resident - how do we handle this apportionment?

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The normal route is to report all of the wages in the resident state and report the wages earned in the non-resident state in that state.  You would then hopefully get a credit in the resident state for the taxes reported on the non-resident return.

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The normal route is to report all of the wages in the resident state and report the wages earned in the non-resident state in that state.  You would then hopefully get a credit in the resident state for the taxes reported on the non-resident return.

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"...Has AK wages that are taxable to GA"
That statement implies he is a GA resident that works temporarily in AK.
You need to evaluate the facts & circumstances to determine if that is truly the case, OR if *maybe* he's an AK resident?
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