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Hi, if you live in Wisc. and work in Minnesota, do you still pay Minn. state income taxes? I know Wisc. doesn't have an income tax but does have a higher property to make up for it. I also know pro athletes get taxed when they come to play in Minn. so I was wondering if the regular joe also pays Minn. taxes if they live in Wisc. Thanks

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you need to get a form from your employer.. I think its called a retroprocity form

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Exactly. My employer sends me one every year. I work in Duluth.

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Wisconsin has an income tax. A little lower than Minnesota's, but an income tax none the less.

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I believe you do have to pay Minnesota income tax. Ask your HR rep.

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Wisconsin residents don't pay Minnesota income tax under reciprocity and the same applies to Mn residents working in Wi. If they have a reciprocity agreement on file. Unless things have changed.

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It depends like stated above. Some states make entertainers or athletes pay tax on their work in the State they are performing in.

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You must filed a Reciprocity Form or you will pay MN Tax and have to apply for a refund. My company is on the MN border with WI and employees have to file the form or we pay MN.

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My company has offices in both MN and WI, and although I work in the MN one pay WI state income taxes. But I had to fill out a form at the start. I don't have to do it annually though.

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