Dual-Residency Issues – Vacation Homes


With more employees working remotely, it can be an escape to enjoy working from anywhere. If not home, maybe a vacation home? However, many may not realize if they stay in another state for a long period, they could be considered residents of both that state and their home or “domicile” state, resulting in double taxation of all of their taxable income for the year. In this blog, we will discuss the concepts of dual residency and double taxation, including how owning a home in another state can lead to it, and give points on how you can avoid it.

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Updated: Dec 22, 2021

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Diane DeCesare of Armanino LLP is a member of XPX Philadelphia

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