Huh. OK, then while it's no longer that important to me, I'm curious: how are you expected to do this, without running into the catch-22 I described earlier? Arizona was/is one more state in that category. IIRC, they instruct you to complete your Federal return first. Since state taxes on that return are almost always on a cash basis (deduct the state taxes actually paid during the year) you can do that without completing the state return. Then complete your state return, using your actual Federal tax as the deduction.But that was Arizona, and a few years ago. I don't know about any of the other states that have been mentioned.--Peter
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