Who is a Nonresident?

If you are neither a domiciliary nor an actual resident, then you are taxable as a nonresident on any income you received from labor performed, business done, or property located in Virginia. If you were a domiciliary or actual resident of Virginia during a part of the taxable year and taxed as a Part-year resident, you are still liable as a nonresident for any Virginia source income derived from property owned or from any business, trade, profession or occupation carried on during the period you were not a resident of Virginia. Nonresidents file on Form 763.

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1. What is the function of the Commissioner of the Revenue's Office in processing state individual income tax returns?
2. What is the deadline to file my Virginia State Income Tax Return?
3. Do I need to file a return?
4. As a member of the Armed Forces, am I required to file a Virginia return?
5. What am I required to attach to my Virginia State Income Tax Return?
6. What is the rate for Virginia individual income taxes?
7. Is there a penalty if I file late?
8. Would I also owe interest if I am filing late?
9. Who is a resident?
10. Who is a Part-Year resident?
11. Who is a Nonresident?
12. What is Estimated Tax?
13. What tax breaks are available to Taxpayers who are 65 and over?
14. If I need income tax assistance who would I contact?