Live in NH, 1099 Work in MA, pay inc tax ?


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Bob

If a 1099 based contractor lives in NH (no income tax) and
does work *at* a customer site in MA (almost an employee
type of situation) does the contractor have to pay income
tax to MA ?

Thanks,
 
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David Woods, EA, ChFC, CLU

"Bob"
If a 1099 based contractor lives in NH (no income tax) and
does work *at* a customer site in MA (almost an employee
type of situation) does the contractor have to pay income
tax to MA ?
Yes. On that income.
 
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Arthur L. Rubin

Bob said:
If a 1099 based contractor lives in NH (no income tax) and
does work *at* a customer site in MA (almost an employee
type of situation) does the contractor have to pay income
tax to MA ?
Almost certainly.
 
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Dan Lanciani

If a 1099 based contractor lives in NH (no income tax) and
does work *at* a customer site in MA (almost an employee
type of situation) does the contractor have to pay income
tax to MA ?
Would such income tax be allowed as a credit against New
Hampshire's Business Profits Tax and/or Business Enterprise
Tax? (Or does New Hampshire not tax its businesses on
income earned in another state?)

Dan Lanciani
[email protected]*com
 
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Katie Jaques

[email protected]*com (Dan Lanciani) said:
(e-mail address removed) (Bob) writes:
Would such income tax be allowed as a credit against New
Hampshire's Business Profits Tax and/or Business Enterprise
Tax? (Or does New Hampshire not tax its businesses on
income earned in another state?)
The NH Business Profits Tax applies only to income earned in
NH. If an individual carries on a business within and
without NH, an apportionment formula is used to determine
the portion that is subject to the BPT.

Katie in San Diego

The foregoing is intended for educational purposes only and
does not constitute legal or professional advice.
 

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