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15. A nonresident owner is on the payroll of my business and has extra withholding taken out to cover the Maine tax liability. Do I still have to file pass-through entity withholding?
If the nonresident member has $1,000 or more in Maine-source income, but wants to pay through extra payroll withholding, the member must file an affidavit with the entity, promising to comply with Maine 's income tax laws. Each nonresident member participating in the compliant taxpayer exemption must sign an affidavit (Form 941AF-ME). Withholding is not required if the appropriate affidavits have been obtained. However, the entity will still be required to file Form 941P-ME annually to report entity information and list the exempt members on Schedule 3.
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