No Reciprocity Deal Yet
It's been a week now since Minnesota extended a new offer to Wisconsin on
income tax reciprocity. An agreement would simplify income taxes for those who live in one state and work in the other. We asked Winona State Senator, Jeremy Miller if it's a done deal yet.
Some 80 thousand residents who live in one state and work in the other have had to file income taxes in both states since the 40 year old deal between the two states lapsed in 2009. The amount Wisconsin pays each year to equalize the tax effects would be reduced by $1 million if the Badger State approves the new agreement by September 30th.