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Discussion: Snowbird rule interpretation
|Oct. 14, 2011|
|Snowbird rule interpretation|
The Snowbird Form sates that a snowbird must reside in the snowbird State for three (3) consecutive months. I have a permanent residence in my home State and a condo in my snowbird State. Business requires me to travel from my home State to my Snowbird State every other month. I do this year around. Would the powers to be (or my peers) consider me ineligible for the Snowbird Exemption?
Thanx, in advance, for your considerate answers.
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