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I moved out of North Dakota during the year. Do I have to file a North Dakota income tax return?

If your move out of North Dakota constitutes a change in your domicile (or legal residence), you would be a part-year resident of North Dakota for the tax year. You would have to file a North Dakota individual income tax return if (1) you are required to file a federal individual income tax return for the tax year and (2) you have income that is taxable by North Dakota.

As a part-year resident of North Dakota, you would have income that is taxable by North Dakota if (1) you have any gross income from any source inside or outside North Dakota during the time you were a North Dakota resident or (2) you have any gross income from a North Dakota source during the time you were a nonresident of North Dakota, or both.

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FAQ Articles

I moved out of North Dakota during the year. Do I have to file a North Dakota income tax return?

If your move out of North Dakota constitutes a change in your domicile (or legal residence), you would be a part-year resident of North Dakota for the tax year. You would have to file a North Dakota individual income tax return if (1) you are required to file a federal individual income tax return for the tax year and (2) you have income that is taxable by North Dakota.

As a part-year resident of North Dakota, you would have income that is taxable by North Dakota if (1) you have any gross income from any source inside or outside North Dakota during the time you were a North Dakota resident or (2) you have any gross income from a North Dakota source during the time you were a nonresident of North Dakota, or both.

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