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My client is a VA resident with a business in KY from which he receives a W-2 and a K-1. He is not eligible for the border state exclusion. How can I override?

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This is a question related to the one you posted earlier and to which we have responded. If you have any additional details to provide, please update your original questions instead.  You need to also clarify whether the W-2 income is from the partnership, which wouldn't make sense.  This thread will be closed.

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This is a question related to the one you posted earlier and to which we have responded. If you have any additional details to provide, please update your original questions instead.  You need to also clarify whether the W-2 income is from the partnership, which wouldn't make sense.  This thread will be closed.

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K-1 is from S corporation.  He has had it for many years and I had no problem with reporting income to KY on KY W-2 using Ultratax.  

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Is there a reason this has been asked three times, @cktrible1 ?

There is no reason to ask more than once, and no reason to update all of the topics with the same new info.

It helps to start One Topic for the one issue, and a current tax issue would benefit from its own topic, not added to older, existing topics.

Thanks.

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