Reciprocity deal unlikely between Minnesota, Wisconsin
Tax credits appear to be the sticking point, as Wisconsin and Minnesota reach a deadline of tomorrow to bring back their long-time income tax reciprocity. Negotiators said last week they probably wouldn't make the deadline. That means people who live in Wisconsin and work in Minnesota -- and vice-versa -- will have to file tax returns in both states for another year. Minnesota Revenue Commissioner Myron Frans says the sticking point is tax credits for his residents.
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