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adepssimius t1_itnhqdn wrote

Nope. You pay taxes in the state where you live/work. If you didn't physically work in MA and don't live in MA then MA has no grounds to tax you.


Peeeculiar t1_itniqk3 wrote

If you live in NH and work in NH, then MA has no grounds to tax you.

If you live in NH and your W2 shows that you work in MA then you will generally be subject to the 5% MA income tax.


adepssimius t1_itnnhyw wrote

You claim you worked no days in MA as a nonresident and they are able to tax you for 0 out of 365 days. Tax liability has to do with your residence and physical work location. If your employer withholds for a state you never worked in, that's their clerical error and you are entitled to a refund of that amount.