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District of Columbia tax return for non-resident

James P
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My client received W-2 from Uber (one-pager with 4 duplicate W-2's) however 2 of the 4 show DC vs MD.  My client's home is in MD.  He is a non-resident of DC.  Boxes 1 thru 14 of his W-2 are all the same amounts.  However, box 16 state wages are different are as the box 17 state taxes withheld.

When I go to the DC state return, can you please confirm that only Forms 40-B and the allocation worksheet are to be filed with the State?  Non-resident returns cannot be e-filed; only mailed in.  I do not see any calculation of DC taxes owed.  In fact there is no form for non-residents that show any calculation of taxes.  Form 40-B only shows the totals for state tax withheld and the refund which are exactly the same amounts.  So no calculation of DC taxes?

 

JPH

 

 

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sjrcpa
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Yes you fill out the D-40B and mail it in with the DC W-2s.

Is the allocation worksheet specific to ProSeries? I'm not familiar with it.

MD and DC have a reciprocal agreement so no DC tax is owed on wages earned by a MD resident.


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James P
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Thank you very much for your reply

sjrcpa
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You're welcome


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qbteachmt
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"Boxes 1 thru 14 of his W-2 are all the same amounts."

Because changing info is the State and local tax breakouts on the additional pages; the Fed Info isn't changing, so that part is redundant. They are not Duplicates; they are "additional pages of info."

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