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Hello everyone

This is my first post. I hope I explain things well. Looking forward to sharing ideas, thoughts, etc on this board & site.

Thanks in advance for your time..


It looks like there is a bug in TaxCut software. I live in Ohio. One of the W-2's I had was for Missouri. I have never dealt with out of state tax before. When I entered the W-2, taxcut took all this information and carried it over to the Ohio state form - which surprised me.

Do I keep my federal return as is? I think I do. I think I need to manually remove the tax I paid that was carried over in error in the Ohio return. I am not sure if I keep my Ohio wages the same. Additionally, I believe I need to file a Missouri state tax form (for non resident). I've never dealt with this before but I assume it has an easy answer.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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