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Making out-of-state work less taxing; Moving out of California, even temporarily? Here s what you need to know about taxes

Sep 06, 2020 - The San Francisco Chronicle

Californians who worked part of this year in another state - to save money, be closer to family or for a change of scenery during the pandemic - may be in for a surprise next year when they file their taxes.

Depending on where they moved and how long they stayed, they may need to file a tax return, and possibly pay taxes, in both states. Although most states give their residents a credit for taxes paid to another state, the credit does not always make the taxpayer whole. And the rules are ...