Minn. Supreme Court residency ruling may be costly for snowbirds


Minnesota residents who live part time elsewhere could see a dramatic jump in their tax bills as a result of a ruling Wednesday by the state Supreme Court.

The 4-3 opinion sharply defined what the justices described as an ambiguous law that determines when a person is considered to be a resident in Minnesota. The law says full-time residency starts at 183 days, or half the year.



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