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My employer temporarily moved me from Baltimore, MD to Charleston, SC in Nov. 2010....which was suppose to be temporary and for less than a year, but I am still in SC and may even stay. In January 2011, I began renting my property in Baltimore and have rented it for the whole year of 2011. Does this mean that I am no longer a resident of Maryland; therefore, should'nt pay Maryland state taxes for the year of 2011? thanks!
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Check with your accountant on taxes, but I think once you change your residence to South Carolina, you are at that point, no longer a Maryland resident..unless you claim otherwise....i.e....license, tags, etc.... You will not be able to avoid paying Maryland taxes once you sell either, since Maryland will collect their cut at the settlement table if you are an out of state resident.
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