Okay, I hope someone can answer my question. My husband has a company incorporated in state A, where we used to reside. He is the only officer and only employee. We moved to state B but kept the company incorporated in state A, but the company address is our home in state B. Because of this, his company is eligible to enroll in a health insurance company in state B (which requires that your company "be located in" state B.
Now, my husband is working again in state A and for tax purposes would like to get an apartment, change his DL, etc, and become a resident of state A, while we maintain a house together (and our kids live) here in state B. He would come "home" every weekend. I would pay taxes on my income here in State B, and he would pay taxes on his income (which he receives as an employee of his company and represents 97% of our income) in state A.
Can the business still be located at our address in state B for purposes of the HI, he be a resident of state A and pay state A taxes (not state B)? I have checked and the taxes shouldn't be an issue, it is the HI that is the issue. Not sure if it is worth the trouble, but I would like to know if it is doable.