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How do I claim excess SDI paid in to California?

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How do I claim excess SDI paid in to California?

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The State Disability Insurance (SDI) withholding rate for 2018 is 1.00 percent. The taxable wage limit is $114,967 for each employee per calendar year.

The State Disability Insurance (SDI) withholding rate for 2019 is 1.00 percent. The taxable wage limit is $118,371 for each employee per calendar year.

 

You may be entitled to claim a credit for excess SDI (or VPDI) only if you meet all of the following conditions:

  • You had two or more employers during the tax year.
  • You received more than the taxable wage limit.
  • The amounts of SDI (or VPDI) withheld appear on your Forms W-2.

You may claim the excess SDI or (VPDI), Form 540, or Long Form 540NR. You cannot claim the excess SDI (or VPDI) on Form 540 2EZ or Short Form 540NR. If you normally file Form 540 2EZ and are eligible to claim excess SDI (or VPDI) you should switch to Form 540 to claim the credit. Short Form 540NR filers must use Long Form 540NR to claim the credit.

 


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Views: 1622 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 20, 2018
Posted in: States, California

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