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Old 06-29-2010, 11:29 PM
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Here's the situation:

- I own property in Nevada.
- My wife lives in Nevada and will be staying here because of her job and because it's our home.
- I've lived in Nevada since 2002.

I am starting a business with headquarters in Nevada and it will be registered as a foreign entity in California.

- Most of the income will be from CA, and I will pay full CA taxes on the money made from operations in CA (I'm not trying to cheat the system here).
- I will be in CA from Monday to Friday, but back in NV on weekends.
- I will return to Vegas on weekends to spend time with my wife.
- I will take my NV registered car to CA with me for when I'm there.
- I will rent a home there so I have a place to stay during the week.
- I have a NV driver's license.

I am VERY confused, as I will spend most of my time in CA for at least one year, but my wife, home, property, and business are based in NV.

What should I do?

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