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I am a resident of New York for tax purposes, but conducted a small amount of freelance work with a company based in California in 2018.

They issued payment via direct deposit and my bank information includes my New York address – do I need to file CA taxes in addition to NY taxes for this?

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To my knowledge, if this is freelance income (i.e. no additional benefits aside from the payment for services rendered) and you're below the filing threshold (see links below), no you don't need to file a CA tax return. Assuming that you meet the requirements though, you'd be looking for Form 540NR.

References: CA Non-Resident Filing Requirements California Non-Resident Filing Thresholds

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