mother retired in Texas and moved to oklahoma with no income except retirement and SS. Will she...
still file OK return? how do we file and separate 6 months of Texas income on return from 6 months Ok. no income
If the income received in OK was high enough, then you will need to file an OK return. You will file a part year return for OK using Form 511NR.
Isn't it true there is no income tax in Texas? So why would she move to Oklahoma where there is a tax? (Frankly, I don't see any other differences between the two, so why move? Unless it was to be closer to family or old friends.)
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