Understanding Residency Audits

State taxing authorities devote significant resources to conducting residency audits and their aggressive use as a means of generating additional revenue will continue for the foreseeable future since individuals who are residents of the State are subject to that State's tax on their worldwide income and nonresidents are taxed on only certain categories of income sourced to the State.

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