Questions & Answers

Am I considered a full-year Utah resident?

A Utah resident is a person who:

  1. Is domiciled in Utah for the entire year, even if temporarily outside of Utah for an extended period of time
  2. Or maintains a place of abode in Utah and spends 183 or more days of the taxable year in Utah, even though domiciled outside Utah. In determining whether an individual spends 183 or more days in Utah, a day means a day in which the individual spends more time in Utah than in any other state.

These rules don't apply to military personnel or their spouses who are in Utah on military assignment, unless they are Utah residents.

If you were a Utah resident for only part of the year, choose part-year resident.

All income received your period of Utah residency is taxable in Utah, regardless of where that income is earned, unless specifically exempted.

For more information on Utah residency visit the Utah State Tax Commission's website.

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