Tax-reciprocity deal returns to forefront
Revenue officials in Wisconsin and Minnesota are getting closer to an agreement that would make life simpler for about 80,000 people who live in one state and work in the other. Those folks have had to file income tax returns to both states the past couple years. That's after former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty scrapped a long-time tax reciprocity agreement, in which border crossers only had to file in their home states.
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