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Hi, I was hoping some of you tax guru's out there can give me an idea what I am supposed to do with my current predicament.

I filed my 1999 tax return ok, rec'd a refund and was happy. Next I find out I am receiving a schedule K-1 beneficiary's share of income to claim on my 1999 return. To further complicate things the estate is in Illinois and I am a Michigan resident.

I have rec'd from the law firm handling the estate a prepared schedule K-1 to include with federal return and a schedule K-1-T that is an Illinois department of revenue form.

I am very confused how to handle and report the schedule K-1 and especially K-1-T with regards to my Michigan residency.

Please advise.






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