Calif State Income Tax Lien Question

by Tracey
(Iowa)

Calif State Income Tax Lien Question

Calif State Income Tax Lien Question

My husband has a Calif Income Tax lien that is over 20 years old. Is this still valid?


On a website I was reading it says it is only good for 10 years. We have no records from that time.


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California Tax Question

by Brion
(La Porte Tx)

Tax Question

Tax Question

When my wife and I divorced in California in 2006, we owned a house. I was granted half the house in the divorce, in the process of selling the house, my wife decided she wanted to keep it. She refinanced the house and paid me half of what the house is worth.

Now California is saying that I owe taxes on that. I was a resident of Nevada while I was in the military for federal income tax purposes. I claimed the income on my federal taxes, but since she didn't actually sell the house do I still owe California state taxes?

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State Tax & Garnishnent

by Jorge
(Oak park)

Can state of IL garnish my ss and or veteran disability money to satisfy back tax bill?

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State Tax / Local Tax

by Mark Crowe
(Stanton, KY)

On my state I pay taxes to 5 localities. Do I enter my state wages and state taxes, along with local income and local taxes for each locality entered? I am getting all sorts of results doing it this way versus leaving off the state wages and tax on 3 of them.

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State Tax Issue on W-2

by Larry
(Oshkosh, WI)

W2

W2

I am a full time resident of WI and work for a company in IA. I worked for them in IA as a non-resident for 6 months then moved back to WI and continued working for them for the balance of the year. I was having state withholdings for both WI and IA and stopped the IA portion when I moved back full time to WI.

I get 2 W-2 forms, one for both states. The Iowa form shows no state wages, but shows the amount of state with holding. The WI form shows state wages equal to my Federal wages and the witholding.

In filing the state returns are they telling me to put no wages for IA, but claim the refund for withholding and file WI as normal?

Any help would be appreciated.

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State tax on College Scholarship Money

by Darboymom
(Wisconsin)

Hi,
My son receives College Scholarship money at Texas A&M and the portion that helps pay for room and board is considered income on his federal tax form. My question is since he is a Wisconsin resident, does he have to
pay Wisconsin State income taxes on that? We use Turbo tax.

Thank you so much for the help!

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State Tax's

If i live in Farmington N.M. and i work in Colorado do i have to pay both state tax's? I curently have Colorado state tax taken out of my pay roll, but not New Mexico state tax.

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State Taxes

Every year, I owe state income taxes. What do I need to change from a payroll perspective to avoid this in the future? Exemptions, withholding, allowances?

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State Taxes While Living and Working Out of State

by Jason
(Austin, Texas)

I lived in Idaho for the past several years until the end of April 2011. May through August of this year, I've had a well-paying summer job in Texas (which doesn't have a state income tax). However, starting in September, I am moving to Utah, where I will live for a few years and establish residency.

My understanding is that I only pay Idaho income tax on money I earned while working in Idaho OR while living in Idaho. Does that mean that I do not have to pay Idaho income tax on anything I've earned working and living in Texas or anything I will earn the next few months working and living in Utah?

Same question for Utah state income taxes. Do I just pay them for what I earned while living or working in Utah?

Thanks!
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Jason

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Zero State Refund

by Adam
(VA)

I have never not had to pay or not get a refund ever but this year every time I do the taxes I get a zero to/from state, just doesn't make sense and I know I did them right, could I have possibly paid the state exactly what I needed to last year?

Hello Adam,

Thanks for your inquiry.

Well, anything is possible. It is a funny coincidence. You may also simply not have owed anything and didn't pay in anything so that there wouldn't be anything to get back. Either way, it's good you don't owe! :)

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