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pennyw960
Level 1

l have a client with 2 states, but the income is not flowing into either one - I made sure they are markd for the state and the dates of residents are in... What am I missing?

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itonewbie
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That's because you didn't code the state of resident and sourcing of income properly.  See these articles for detailed instructions and come back if you have further questions after reading these:

https://proconnect.intuit.com/taxprocenter/practice-management/handling-multi-state-returns-in-proco...

https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/multi-state-taxes/help/input-multi-state-amounts-in-proconne...

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pennyw960
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I am showing them in there

 
 

Both IA and SC with the e-file and in the iras

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pennyw960
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The SC shows 0 and The Iowa shows 3599

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itonewbie
Level 15

If IA shows $3,599, you must have entered that somewhere.  Double check your entries.

I suppose this is a case of taxpayer moving states and would enter the amounts on 3 different lines:

  • 1st Line: Enter federal wages US as STATE and N for SOURCE, so that it doesn't get sourced to either state;
  • 2nd Line: Enter $21,000 with IA as STATE and S for SOURCE, so that it doesn't get counted as federal wages; and
  • 3rd Line: Enter $20,700 with SC as STATE and S for SOURCE.
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pennyw960
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Thank you or working with me on this - I tried with the S source and that didn't work either, so I took it back off.  The 3599 is actually income from a 1099 f rom a schedule C - which there is also one for SC that is not showing up - Maybe I need to get someone from proconnect to log on and help?

 

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pennyw960
Level 1

I did that and now it shows 83,400 as income

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itonewbie
Level 15

Sch C, W-2, etc., they all work the same way.  If you have entered the codes for both STATE and SOURCE as explained above for each of the three amounts, you won't have $83,400 showing up as compensation on the federal return.

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pennyw960
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and states did not change...   uggg

 

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