How do i handle this situation: For 2000 I was a resident of UT, then CA. Like most states, they each calculate taxes based on the full year's income and then apportion according to the amounts actually earned in each state. So far so good.When apportioning UT income the return asks to state how much of the total capital gains were realized while in UT (1st 1/2 of the year). In 2000 I had a net gain, but I had loses in CA (2nd half of year) That means my gain while in UT exceeds my net Federal Gain. It also means that my gain while in CA is negative.So how do I habdle the apportionment? Do I actually use a negative CA number? Do I actually use UT number that exceeds the Federal number for the whole year?Joe Varga
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