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Ricky123
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I moved from CA to TX. My office is in CA (W2), but I only spent 50 days per year working in CA. Can I prorate CA taxes to the amount of days I actually work in CA?

My W2 shows tax deductions for the entire salary. I travel for work and spent 200 working days in TX and other states. I am TX resident.

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TomD8
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I moved from CA to TX. My office is in CA (W2), but I only spent 50 days per year working in CA. Can I prorate CA taxes to the amount of days I actually work in CA?

If you moved during the tax year, you would file a CA part-year resident return.

CA can tax ALL your income during the time you were a CA resident.

Once you became a CA non-resident, CA can tax only the income you earned from physically working in CA.

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.

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TomD8
Level 15

I moved from CA to TX. My office is in CA (W2), but I only spent 50 days per year working in CA. Can I prorate CA taxes to the amount of days I actually work in CA?

If you moved during the tax year, you would file a CA part-year resident return.

CA can tax ALL your income during the time you were a CA resident.

Once you became a CA non-resident, CA can tax only the income you earned from physically working in CA.

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.
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