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South Dakota Form 8850: What You Should Know

The ETA also has a special rule for training/transfers that have  not completed training or have not completed their assigned service, in which case the employer has 60 days to provide this  information to the Department. The Department of Labor can also waive the tax form, provided the information is  submitted within a timely manner. See our complete information on the work opportunity tax credit here.) The North Dakota tax credit applies to active-duty (i.e. commissioned officers/noncommissioned officers) employees in employment with a  military recruiter who has completed training or military service in the State of North Dakota. (Not the National Guard)  The North Dakota tax credit does not apply to training or services performed by a spouse who is a North Dakota veteran. Active Duty Training or Military Service for the North Dakota Tax Credit If a North Dakota employee has completed active-duty training (e.g., a full commission in the military) in the State of North  Dakota within the five-year time period prior to submitting the IRS form and completing the IRS form, if he/she had a year or two of  voluntary inactive service, and if he/she elects to take the North Dakota tax credit, that person can file a tax return with the State (and  will receive a refund) in the following tax period on a Form 8867 with his/her Social Security number, pay  all applicable FICA tax and federal and state income tax and FTA tax on the North Dakota tax credit to the North Dakota DNR to receive  an amount equal to 10% of the North Dakota tax credit. Subsequent Training or Military Service in North Dakota If you elect to take the North Dakota tax credit at the end of a period of training outside the State of North Dakota  (i.e. an overseas or overseas transfer) by completing a tax return with a valid Social Security number and filing a completed IRS Form 8871 with the  North Dakota DNR and paying all applicable FICA tax and federal and state income tax and FTA tax on the North Dakota tax credit, that person can file a tax return with the State (and will receive a refund) with a (original) signature on Form 8867 with his/her Social Security number.

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