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Old 05-14-2009, 11:45 AM
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Help!

I withdrew my 401K balance in January 2008.

I moved from North Carolina to NY in March 2008

I split my 401K withdrawal between NC and NY tax based on the portion of time I spend in each state, reporting apporximately 20% NC and 80% NY, paying the taxable amount to each state

Now NC says I owe their state tax based on the entire amount of the withdrawal, and has also assessed a deficiency penalty.

Surely I don't have to pay 100% of the tax due to the withdrawal to NC AND 80% to NY, do I?

Any advice or suggestions will be greatly appreciated!



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