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We disallowed or revised your Nonrefundable Renter's Credit for one or more of the following reasons:

  1. You claimed the wrong amount for your filing status.
  2. Your California adjusted gross income is over the qualifying maximum amount.
  3. You are only entitled to part of the credit because you are a part-year resident of California.
  4. You are not a resident of California and do not qualify for this credit.

Why did I receive this notice code?

We disallowed your Nonrefundable Renter’s Credit. See R&TC Section 17053.5 for more information.

If "a" above applies to your situation, we revised the amount of Nonrefundable Renter's Credit allowed based upon your filing status.

If your filing status was: Then your allowable nonrefundable
Renter's Credit is:
Single
Married Filing Separate
$60
Married Filing Joint
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er)
$120

If "b" above applies to your situation, we limited the amount of nonrefundable Renter's Credit based upon your adjusted gross income. Select the tax year below:

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2010

If you agree with the revisions, you do not need to contact us. Please update your records. If a revised balance due exists, please pay the amount due.

If you do not agree, please contact us.

General Information about your notice.

TAX YEAR 2013

If your filing status was: You cannot claim the nonrefundable
Renter's Credit if your adjusted gross
income is over:
Single
Married Filing Separate
$36,955
Married Filing Joint
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er)
$73,910

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TAX YEAR 2012

If your filing status was: You cannot claim the Nonrefundable
Renter's Credit if your adjusted gross
income is over:
Single
Married Filing Separate
$36,337
Married Filing Joint
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er)
$72,674

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TAX YEAR 2011

If your filing status was: You cannot claim the Nonrefundable
Renter's Credit if your adjusted gross
income is over:
Single
Married Filing Separate
$35,659 
Married Filing Joint
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er)
$71,318 

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TAX YEAR 2010

If your filing status was: You cannot claim the Nonrefundable
Renter's Credit if your adjusted gross
income is over:
Single
Married Filing Separate
$34,722
Married Filing Joint
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er)
$69,444

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