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Maryland Military Filing Information

adjust your standard or itemized deductions and exemptions. NON-RESIDENT If you are a nonresident military member filing a joint return with your civilian spouse, see Administrative Release 1. MILITARY SERVICEMEMBER'S CIVILIAN SPOUSE 1. Under

Hawaii Military Filing Information

Residency Status - If you are in Hawaii because of military orders and do not intend to make Hawaii your permanent home, you are not considered a Hawaii resident for income tax purposes, even though you have been in Hawaii for more than

Michigan Military Filing Information

of another state, you maintain your residency status in your home state, even if you are stationed in Michigan. A person may change his or her residency while in the military. Unless you make the change, you remain a resident of the state

Alabama Military Filing Information

not lose their residency status in any state because they leave the state only because of military orders. You do not change your state of residency if the only reason you are no longer residing there is because of military orders. Note

New Jersey Military Filing Information

union partner of a servicemember. New Jersey law requires that a married couple’s filing status for New Jersey gross income tax purposes be the same as for Federal income tax purposes unless they are a civil union couple. A married couple

New Mexico Military Filing Information

New Mexico’s law says every person who has income from New Mexico sources and who is required to file a federal income tax return must file a personal income tax return in New Mexico. Filing Requirements: Residents If you are a New Mexico

New York Military Filing Information

The following definitions will help you determine your resident status for income tax purposes. To determine your resident status, you have to consider where your domicile was and where you maintained a permanent place of abode during

South Carolina Military Filing Information

I am in the armed forces. What is my residency status? South Carolina Resident: If you enter the armed forces when you are a South Carolina resident, you do not lose your South Carolina residency status, even if you are absent from

Same-Sex Couples Federal Filing Information

federal tax purposes, including income and gift and estate taxes. The ruling applies to all federal tax provisions where marriage is a factor, including filing status, claiming personal and dependency exemptions, taking the standard

How do I check the status of my return?

To check the status of your return, go to TaxSlayer and select Sign Back In. The status of your current year tax return(s) will be shown on the Your Account page which appears after you login. How do I find out when I will be getting