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Subject: moving to CA - I need tax help! Date: 12/28/1999 10:48 AM
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I have been a MA resident since birth, but I've recently changed my driver's license to CA and I'm in the process of changing my residency officially. Does anyone know how to officially change it? I have been living there (aside from going to college in NY) for the past two years. How do I get CA tax forms? Does filing my taxes in CA change my residency for good? If I've worked in MA, NY and CA this year, is there anything I should know regarding my taxes this year? I'm new at all this! Thanks.
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