California residency safe harbor rule for new job

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    taxational

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    I moved out of California for a new job. There's a job offer letter. I've been out of the state for more than a few years (pass the 546 days test). Would I be qualify for the safe harbor rule? I'm trying to understand the term "employment-related contract". To me, it could mean a contract letter that states a specific time period. For my case, my offer of employment does not state a period since it's not a contract job but a permanent job with indefinite end time. Also, I've only visited California a couple of weeks each year (less than 45 days for sure). Thanks!
     
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    Hi, I have this question as well, did you get an answer?
     
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