On my last appeal to the FTB I missed their deadline. So, they stated that the appeal was refused. The BOE has also stated that they do not have jurisdiction because I missed the last deadline and the case is no longer with FTB. We were on time for all previous appeals. At this point, can I still file an appeal with California Superior Court? Is it possible to refile using a form 4852 after filing a complaint about the PA employer?
On the CA website it looked like 3 yrs from due date or 2 yrs from when paid. Since we just paid part with the withheld money and still owe some, are we able to file an amended return after we pay it in full (wihin 2 yrs of paying)?
Do I submit the original w-2 with the address corrections made by hand or do I need to get a form 4852 in order to file the 540x?
That is what I thought, but gets me back to the issue that the previous employer will not provide a W-2c based on the date we closed on the sale of the CA house. The handwritten idea was soemthing i found online. It sounded like a bad idea. Per my reading of all the guidelines, the date of sale does not matter it is when we established residency in PA. So, it sounds like my only options are to sue the previous employer for a corrected W-2c(or threaten to sue) or request a 4852 and be open to an audit.
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