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I have the same problem - I'm about to sell a big chunk of stock, profits equal to about 60% of my yearly gross income. I was able to get an estimate of Federal Taxes from the site, but cannot seem to locate a simple description of how to calculate the taxes for the state of CA. Can anyone here help me figure this out? I know CA wants their money - I just can't figure out how much!


ps: please copy replies to my email. Thanks.
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