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I have a Nevada S-Corp that provides legal services. It does provide legal services to California clients, but all of the work is performed in Nevada and the sole shareholder is a Nevada resident.
If the corp does not meet any of the conditions of Doing Business in California, then are they NOT required to file a California tax return, correct? They are not required to file and apportion California source income unless they first meet the conditions of Doing Business in California.