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I'm trying to find out the tax impact of moving to a different state (Virginia) for the year of 2007. I'm using Turbotax (Deluxe 2005) to figure out the tax impact, however, even though I put in Viginia as the state of residence, when I go to the state tax section, it still uses our old state, even though I started a brand new return, installed the update of Premier plus state, and made sure the state of residency I chose was VA.

I did find out how to figure out the tax on the VA Dept of Taxation website, but I'd like to figure out how to get it into turbotax. Thanks!

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