(a) In general. A qualified tax may be either a “qualified resident tax” within the meaning of paragraph (b) of this section, or a “qualified nonresident tax” within the meaning of paragraph (c) of this section.
(b) Qualified resident tax. A tax imposed by a State on the income of individuals, estates, and trusts which are residents of such State within the meaning of section 6362(e) and § 301.6362-6 shall be a “qualified resident tax” if it is either:
(c) Qualified nonresident tax. A tax imposed by a State on the wage and other business income of individuals who are not residents of such State within the meaning of section 6362(e)(1) and paragraph (b) of § 301.6362-6 shall be a “qualified nonresident tax” if it meets the requirements of section 6362 (d), (e), and (f), and of §§ 301.6362-5, 301.6362-6, and 301.6362-7.
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