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tjldia
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CA nonresident has to pay house sale capital gains when house was in Nevada, not CA?

Hi,

I feel like TurboTax carried over a house sale capital gain from Federal to CA state return erroneously. I am a CA non-resident (resident in NV, but worked in CA). The house sold was in Nevada as well. I have no connection to CA, except my federal job is located in CA. I know have to pay income tax in CA, but gains on capital outside of CA? Doesn't sound right.

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tjldia

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MaryK4
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CA nonresident has to pay house sale capital gains when house was in Nevada, not CA?

CALIFORNIA uses your entire income to determine your state taxes, but you only pay taxes on the percentage of California income included on the total.

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MaryK4
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CA nonresident has to pay house sale capital gains when house was in Nevada, not CA?

CALIFORNIA uses your entire income to determine your state taxes, but you only pay taxes on the percentage of California income included on the total.

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tjldia
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CA nonresident has to pay house sale capital gains when house was in Nevada, not CA?

 @MaryK4  Thank you for answering so quickly. I figured that out about 10 minutes after I posted the question. Not fun, but you are correct. Thanks again 🙂 

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