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Old 06-06-2020, 17:57   #31
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Re: Registering in one state, staying in another

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Now, MAYBE you can win in court... but in my mind if you have to go to court on a tax matter you have lost even if you win in the end.
I understand, I paid Ga their tax, even though I didn’t owe it and and had incontrovertible proof, but getting and paying a Lawyer as well as the aggravation wasn’t worth it.
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