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Multi state partnership tax return - how to input non resident estimated taxes paid on behalf of shareholder

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How does a shareholder fit here? Partnerships have partners.

Are you preparing a 1040 where there is nonresident state withholding from a K-1?


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Sorry, was in a hurry.  I have partnership  members that are non-residents of MD and the business paid estimated taxes on their behalf.  Where do I input that so the MD return gives credit for the taxes paid?

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To be clear - I am preparing a Form 1065 Partnership Return that is required to file in multiple states, one of which is MD.  There are partners who are non-MD residents and we pay estimated taxes on their behalf.  How to enter that so that MD gives credit for the taxes paid on their behalf?

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The "nonresident withholding" is entered on the partners' 1040s.

It will appear on the MD K-1s.


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The problem is with the MD Form 510 and showing that the tax was paid.  I have found the input screen to be States/Schedule K/MD Sch K which has an input line for non resident taxes paid.

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 would have been easier if you led with "where do I enter estimated tax payments for the MD nonresident withholding on Form 510?"


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