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Withholding Based on Residency, Employers Based State or State where Employee is working?

edited September 2019 in Day-To-Day Issues

What if employee lives in California, Employer is based out of Georgia However you don't work in either of those states.
You work 6 weeks in Colorado. 12 months in New York, 9 weeks in Mississippi, !1 weeks in Texas and so on for 6 years. Keep in mind the majority of the time you worked Monday thru Sunday with a rare day off. would all of your overtime be based on your resident home or the state you are currently working in at the time or the state for which your employer is based out of. And your tax deductions are still deducted based on California for which you live?