Can I work full time in the state of Florida while having a drivers license and residency in Georgia?

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  • 6 months ago
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    Work, yes. People cross various state lines for work all time. FL has no income tax, but if you file taxes using your GA address you will need to pay GA income tax on your FL income.

    If you actually live in FL, but don't change residency you're playing with fire. By law you need to change you to change your drivers license if you live in the state of FL for longer than 30 days.

    Source(s): Lived in NH, worked in Massachusetts for many years.
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  • 6 months ago

    Yes you can. Lots of people cross state lines to get to work.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    don't see why not, but you have to pay Florida's income taxes, if they have any................

    • Periferalist
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      6 months agoReport

      We don't. Which is great, as most of us residents don't make a hell of a lot.

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  • 6 months ago

    Call a Florida motor vehicle agency rather than trusting the answer of a random stranger here. Suppose someone says: "Yes you can, it should be no problem. I am sure." and you get pulled over by a cop for having Georgia plates while you live in Florida. Do you think he will let you off the hook when you say: "Well, someone on Yahoo Answers said it was ok."

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