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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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It does seem well established in the instructions for the NYS Form IT-203 and New York State Tax Law 631(b)(1)(B) that income derived from NY State sources such as a "business, trade, profession, or occupation" are taxable to nonresidents working outside of the state for their own convenience.  These documents are less helpful regarding nonresidents that ...


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No, ADP is not responsible for paying your state taxes. If there was an error in your withholdings it's your responsibility to catch it (by looking at your paystubs) and correct it in future withholdings. If it's an error in your W-2, then hopefully ADP will send you a corrected W-2. If it ends up that the W-2 is correct and ADP did not withhold properly, ...


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