Question for discussion. Taxpayer moved from California to Florida and has become a resident of the State of Florida. Taxpayer continues to work for the California Employer in a remote setup from Florida. Taxpayer has no intention on moving back to California. Are the wages the Taxpayer generates from the California Employer subject to California State Taxes? Employer does continue to withhold California State Income taxes.
If the taxpayer is a Florida resident they are only subject to CA tax on days they actually work in CA. The CA employer must register with the FL employment department and stop withholding CA tax and reporting the wages to CA. Otherwise the FTB is going to be asking for a tax return. Take a look at the EDD Publication 231D