Cleint moved out of state

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Jkirouac in North Turner, Maine

58 months ago

Client moved from Maine to Florida in September. Can I still do his taxes from Maine?

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shoequeen in Plymouth, Minnesota

58 months ago

Sure, you just have to have the forms for both Maine and Florida and he would be a partial year resident for each state for 2009, and in 2010 and on he would file only Florida, unless he still has property in Maine that he owns. Many people have to file taxes in multiple states, if they move or have property in states that they do not reside in full time.

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Professional Tax Preparer in Tampa, Florida

58 months ago

There's no state income tax in Florida, so no Florida return to file. But yes, file the Main return.

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SWOhioTaxPro in Dayton, Ohio

38 months ago

If you are an Enrolled Agent or a Registered Tax preparer then yes. If you are a CPA or an attorney you would need to be licensed in both Maine and Florida...

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