Filing your Kansas state income tax return applies if the taxpayer was a full-year resident of Kansas. If the resident is a full year resident they must file Form K-40 for that tax year. However, the taxpayer is required to file a federal individual income tax return for that tax year regardless of where employed. An individual domiciled outside Kansas is considered a Kansas resident if the taxpayer spent a year in Kansas. The due date falls on April 15 of the tax year. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is moved to the next business day.
If the taxpayer is a part-year resident of Kansas they must file a tax return for that particular tax year in. If the resident is resided less than 12 months during the tax year. The taxpayer will be taxed on all income you earned while you were a resident.
If the taxpayer did not reside in the tax year in Kanas they are considered as a Non-resident of Kanas. All income received during the period of residency is taxable in Kansas, regardless of where that income was earned, unless specifically exempted. Income from Kansas sources is taxable in Kansas during the period of non-residency.