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Common questions about NY Form IT-201-ATT/IT-203-ATT other taxes in ProConnect

SOLVEDby IntuitUpdated July 13, 2023

Below are solutions to frequently asked questions about entering New York other taxes for Form IT-201-ATT and Form IT-203-ATT in the Individual return:

  1. Go to Input Return Manual Entry Forms.
  2. From the Agency list select NY.
  3. From the Available Form dropdown select NY DTF-622.
  4. Complete any applicable fields on pages 1 and 2.
  1. Go to Input Return Taxes Other Taxes.
  2. Scroll down to the Self-Employment Tax (Schedule SE) section.
  3. Enter the Deductible part of self-employment tax [O] in the applicable column to override the automatic calculation.

Entries in this field will affect both the federal and state returns. The program uses the ratio of NY source self-employed income vs. the federal self-employed income to calculate the NY source portion of the deductible part of self-employment tax.  

When filing Married Filing Separately (MFS), the adjusted gross income (AGI) of both taxpayer and spouse is used to calculate the New York household credit. If the combined AGI is above a certain amount, then the taxpayer isn't entitled to the household credit. Refer to the Instructions for Form IT-201 for more information.

Follow these steps to include the spouse's AGI in the household credit computation:

  1. Go to Input Return General Misc Info./Direct Deposit.
  2. Select the NY tab.
  3. Scroll to the New York Miscellaneous section.
  4. Enter the Spouse's adjusted gross income if MFS field.
    • ProConnect will calculate the household income credit, if any, using the combined total.

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