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California - New York Double Tax?

Postby Averyl » Sun Dec 11, 2016 10:31 pm

s About Taxes)/California - New York double tax? Advertisement Expert: John Stancil, CPA - 4/21/2011 I was working in NY till Aug 2009. In September after my company shut down, I moved to California to look for jobs over there staying  with my brother. While I was living in California, I did not work a single minute in 2009...so naturally, I did not make a single penny. In fact, all my wages in 2009 were from NY. In Feb 2010, I paid off my federal and NY State taxes like always but I had my brother's California address while filing(Also, my former company was HQ-ed in California. So, the W2 had a California employer address). I found a job in a different state and moved out California in March 2010. Yesterday, I got a notice from the CA State saying that I owed them California State taxes for 2009. I assume that was either because I filed from a CA address and/or my W2 had a CA address too.

I mailed in an enclosed protest form with my federal tax file and NY State tax file copies for 2009 and a letter stating that I owed and(rightfully) paid all my taxes for 2009 to NY State. Is there any chance I will get double-taxed for 2009?
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California - New York Double Tax?

Postby Mikolaus » Tue Dec 13, 2016 3:02 am

Nesh,

Thanks for your question.

No, you do not owe any CA tax.  Hopefully this will work itself out.  The best thing for your to have don(in hindsight) is to file a CA part-year resident return showing zero CA income.

Hope this helps.

John Stancil, CPA
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California - New York Double Tax?

Postby Ricco » Sat Dec 17, 2016 11:25 am

s About Taxes)/California - New York double tax? Advertisement Expert: John Stancil, CPA - 4/21/2011 I was working in NY till Aug 2009. In September after my company shut down, I moved to California to look for jobs over there staying  with my brother. While I was living in California, I did not work a single minute in 2009...so naturally, I did not make a single penny. In fact, all my wages in 2009 were from NY. In Feb 2010, I paid off my federal and NY State taxes like always but I had my brother's California address while filing(Also, my former company was HQ-ed in California. So, the W2 had a California employer address). I found a job in a different state and moved out California in March 2010. Yesterday, I got a notice from the CA State saying that I owed them California State taxes for 2009. I assume that was either because I filed from a CA address and/or my W2 had a CA address too.

I mailed in an enclosed protest form with my federal tax file and NY State tax file copies for 2009 and a letter stating that I owed and(rightfully) paid all my taxes for 2009 to NY State. Is there any chance I will get double-taxed for 2009?
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