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Brad660
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I got an assessment for 2016 taxes from California showing a different taxable income than my return. They want to assess $2,500. What now?

 
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AmyC
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I got an assessment for 2016 taxes from California showing a different taxable income than my return. They want to assess $2,500. What now?

State that you disagree and send them COPIES of your paperwork along with a letter stating your position.

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xmasbaby0
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I got an assessment for 2016 taxes from California showing a different taxable income than my return. They want to assess $2,500. What now?

TurboTax does not receive any information from the IRS or your state after your return was filed, so no one at TurboTax knows about a letter you received from the IRS or the state.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
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I got an assessment for 2016 taxes from California showing a different taxable income than my return. They want to assess $2,500. What now?

and Amy is jumping the gun by assuming the state is wrong.  maybe they are maybe they aren't.  there's no way for her to know because she can't see your return or documents.  

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