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I believe the answer is Yes. Basically, California doesn't recognize HSAs, and taxes it like a regular non-privileged account. So you must apply whatever adjustments to the federal amounts so the end result for California is what it would be if it were a regular taxable account. So for example, contributions to the HSA (either through the employer or ...


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It's unlikely anyone can answer this for you outside of TurboTax. It could be the result of an improper answer on the interview questions they use, or a legitimate error on their end. If you just received notice, you should file a claim with TurboTax (I'm assuming this applies to your version of TurboTax). They'll investigate and either let you know what ...


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Appreciate all the responses, I did end up calling the dealer and they did refund the full amount. I learned through making some phone calls all around the area that each dealer has its own policy. This one's policy is to provide a full refund. Keep the refund policy in mind when it comes to the buying a motorcycle because it seems as long as nothing has ...


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The law is a mixture of state and federal law. From California: Used Car Buyers Consumers who purchase a used car for less than $40,000 must be offered a two-day contract cancellation option agreement. NOTE: There is no "cooling off" period unless you purchase a contract cancellation option agreement. EXCEPTION: The contract ...


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