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California Taxes--what do they want from me??

So I am paying my California taxes using CalFile (their free online filing website at webapp.ftp.ca.gov). I get a few questions in, and then I get to the "Payments" section, with these 4 questions that make no sense to me. [more inside]
posted by brenton on Apr 12, 2013 - 10 answers

Does the tax man keep your money if you overpay?

If you pay estimated taxes and then end up not owing those taxes, do you get them back? [more inside]
posted by doomtop on Dec 9, 2011 - 7 answers

Is it worth forming an LLC and in which state?

I'd been wanting to form a corporaton for a long time. So many benefits it seems:
  • track business expenses for income-tax deductions
  • protect assets against law-suits
  • gain credibility for certain transactions
  • privacy
  • But all the gory details are getting me down... [more inside]
    posted by markhu on Jul 18, 2011 - 20 answers

    Why do I owe $400 in state taxes?

    StateTaxFilter: Last year I owed the state $3. This year I seem to owe the state over $400. Could this be an error, and, if not, why do I owe so much? [more inside]
    posted by fignewton on Jan 11, 2011 - 7 answers

    Tax Evasion: Isn't that how they got Capone?

    I did our taxes through TurboTax. I thought they transmitted correctly. They didn't. I just realized this. So are we going to jail for tax evasion? [more inside]
    posted by macadamiaranch on Jul 22, 2010 - 14 answers

    What should I know about taxes as a salaried, traveling consultant?

    How do I claim taxes working as a salaried IT consultant? I have a client in another state that I travel to on a weekly basis. [more inside]
    posted by jwfree on Jun 2, 2010 - 2 answers

    How to verify state-issued sales certificate/tax ID?

    How do you verify a state seller's permit/resale certificate and/or tax ID for US businesses? [more inside]
    posted by boygirlparty on Jan 25, 2008 - 1 answer

    How can I be forced to pay income tax to two states?

    I live in New York and recently started a new job in New Jersey. On my first pay stub, I noticed that I'm paying a state income tax for both NY and NJ (and the tax for new jersey is actually $30 more than the NY tax). How can I be forced to pay income tax to two different states when I only live in one? This seems unjust.
    posted by zembla3 on Apr 30, 2006 - 5 answers

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