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Maryland nonresident tax paid by PTE

negrillive
Level 2

How do you enter the Md. nonresident tax paid by a PTE so that it shows up as a credit on the individuals md nonresident return I entered it in on the state tab of the K-1 input but it is not showing up as a payment on the 505 and there is no Md. Form 510 input available 

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negrillive
Level 2

 I will answer my own question in case anyone else runs into this. It is an overide at the bottom of the Md part year/Nonresident input form under "state and local". Putting it in as a K-1 state and local amount - even though there is a line for it, does not bring it into the return as a tax payment.  

IRonMaN
Level 15

Intuit should maybe add a "self help' category to this place for questions like this 😊


Ukraine - hang in there
rmullaneycpa
Level 1

GO TO TAX PAYMENTS WORKSHEET, LINE 14 SCHEDULES K-1.    

THIS WILL CROSS REFERENCE TO SCHEDULE K-1 FORM 1065.  GO TO BOX 13: OTHER DEDUCTIONS.   TO TO CODE W: OTHER DEDUCTIONS.   

GO TO LINE 5 STATE INCOME TAX WITHHELD.

STATE NAME: MD

AMOUNT    

NO OVERRIDE NEEDED. 

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dsocpa
Level 4

This is such a cluster *$#@ mess, if I could find the tax payments worksheet I would go there.  A MD return with a nonresident tax paid on their behalf only used to take 1/2 tops.  I've been spinning my wheels on this for over 2 hours!

Somebody please tell me where the "tax payment worksheet" is and I will gladly go there!

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JanSoph
Level 1

thank so much @rmullaneycpa  but when I did this in ProSeries 2020, it won't let you E-FILE due to rules set by Comptroller of MD.  It stated:

" RETURNS CLAIMING OTHER WITHHOLDING (any withholding other than what is on Forms W-2, W-2G, 1099-MISC, 1099-NEC, 1099-R, 1099-G, 1099-INT, 1099-IDV and 1099-OID, and entered in the Federal return) are not eligible for electronic filing.

This is such a bummer.

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msstax
Level 1

yes that works for a nonresident but not a part year resident that had this tax paid by a PTE...  anyone have any idea how to get Form 502CR, Part CC, line 5 to work for a Form 502-part year resident?

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