I am a Nevada resident, but I received a small amount of income from a California company early in 2015, so I need to file a nonresident CA return for just that piece of income.Unfortunately, Turbotax is pulling in ALL of my income when I begin my nonresident state return for CA and causing my taxable state income to be wayyyy off.
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As I have a business, multiple W-2's, partnership income, and feie this was very tedious and I was reluctant to do it before, but after the 3 hour journey I finally arrived to the state return portion again.
This time, at no point did I delete the state return and I also did not enter my FEIE until I finished the state portion to make sure the calculations for state were correct (there are several places in Turbotax that gives you funky figures after enterting an FEIE). I was presented with non-resident income screen and a slew of other non-resident screens that did not show up previously on my bugged return and the calculations were correct.