So what's new? LOL.
This is LITERALLY the only day I had to myself and it was *rudely* disrupted by a phone call from New York State IRS.
They have started a judgment/investigation against DH and I because we failed to file state taxes in 2007. Um. . . dh is a resident of Cali. . . Ny state takes Nothing out of his check. So why would we file taxes here?
Correct me if I'm wrong ( I even looked this up and I understand it as I am about to explain it) but DH is entitled to maintain his Ca residency NO MATTER where he goes with the navy. I know I filed Nebraska state taxes when I lived in Hawaii and was AD. . . .
Anyway, they want over 2 grand. They said a warrant would be issued if we failed to act on this/refused to pay. I panicked at the word "warrant". I am squeaky clean, and a CJ major!!!!
PLEASE does anyone out there know the exact "rules" on
A- Home of record/state income tax issues
B- any type of judgments/investigations/etc HAVING to be postponed due to a service member being deployed?
Since I live in the boonies, the closest Navy Legal is in Groton. I did get ahold of them for a "phone" appointment. Hopefully they can help, but I am supposed to send in a fax to NY state IRS investigations dept stating DH is deployed, They want WHEN he will be back ( which i will not give to them as he's on a sub), and that I have no access to his service record ( I don't believe i have a specific power of attourney for that) to prove he is on orders. . . ( WTH else would he be on?? we don't live in Cali, and he's Active Duty!!!!)
Anyway, this really mainly is a vent.
I do believe my thinking on CA state taxes is correct. I just looked at his LES and unless i am blind, CA does NOT take out state taxes from his paycheck.