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Do California residents pay state income taxes on their Railroad Retirement pension under the Railroad Retirement Act?

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Tier 1 Railroad Retirement benefits are treated the same as Social Security benefits for California income tax purposes.

If any portion of your benefits were included in your federal income, you can claim an adjustment on line 20 of Schedule CA (for Form 540 filers) or on line 14c of Form 540A.
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