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In terms of the background factors, Protestant religious affiliation is associated with early fatherhood relative to Catholic affiliation, but religious affiliation has no influence on residency versus nonresidency with children.
Even among biological fathers, there may be selective characteristics that influence residency versus nonresidency with children.
The presumption of nonresidency is irrebuttable unless the individual fails to timely file the required statement described above with the tax commissioner or makes a false statement.
The nonresidency presumption of the 2007 Bright-Line Residency Test does not apply with respect to an individual who is changing domicile to or from Ohio during the taxable year (i.
877 for the intervening period of nonresidency in the same fashion as a U.
The highest mean laboratory test scores ([less than or equal to]20) were found among the oldest physicians, nonresidency trained physicians, and respondents with high concern about malpractice claims.
Adequate records must still be maintained to prove nonresidency.
residency period, an individual can eliminate the tax associated with foreign-source income attributable to the nonresidency period.
These views are primarily obtained from nonresidency sources.
source income of certain individuals during their interim period of nonresidency if they were U.
This study is limited in that it cannot discriminate between board-certified family physicians who were residency trained and those who were nonresidency trained; many board-certified physicians at the time of the study may not have been residency trained.