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CA non-resident working part time in CA, do I need to calculate the allocation ratios for CA RSU tax manually in Turbo Tax?

I'm a former CA resident who worked for a CA-based company part year, and have been living in another state for several years.  Most of the time I worked remotely, but I did work in CA for about a month out of the year.  The company paid me W2-based income and also RSUs, some of which vested after I moved to the new state (which has no state taxes).

 

I understand that I need to pay CA taxes on the RSUs based on the allocation ratio of the number of days I worked in CA vs. number of total workdays since I was granted to RSUs, but I'm not clear on whether I need to calculate these ratios manually and enter them in Turbotax myself somewhere, or if Turbotax will do it for me.

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I've entered all RSU sale info in my including grant, sale, and vesting dates in the Federal section,  and the number of days I worked in California, and completed my CA non-resident taxes in TT.   I was hoping the program would do the allocation calcualations for me automatically,  but I reviewed all CA worksheets and can't find any difference in the RSU treatment on the CA Schedule D versus the Federal Schedule D worksheets.   All the Federal values are the same as the CA values.  Do I need to calculate the allocation ratios myself and apply them to the sales prices for the RSUs?

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