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Question by jimmy h: Do they take state taxes out of my check if i work in washington but live in oregon?
I live in Portland but work in Vancouver. In washington they normally don’t take state taxes out of your check but Oregon they do. I live in Oregon… Do I need to pay extra taxes later to the state if they don’t take out state taxes out of my Oregon check or how does it work? Thanks for the help!
Answer by Liberal AssKicker
Since you’re an Oregon resident, you have to file as an Oregan resident. You’re going to pay it one way or another.
You pay exactly the same amount no matter what they do. The only way your return would be higher is if they charge you penalties for not having it withheld or paying it on time.
(The guy below me is wrong. Washington state has NO INCOME TAX. You probably knew that. He might be from New York.)
What do you think? Answer below!
This may be the final year the Bush tax cuts remain in effect unless Congress acts to further extend them. The Bush tax cuts, enacted in 2001 and 2003, were originally scheduled to expire for tax years beginning in 2011. However, President Obama signed legislation in late 2010 that temporarily extended the Bush tax cuts through 2012.
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