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I'm doing my mom's tax return now, and she has some tax-exempt mutual fund interest from a Vanguard fund. The 1099-INT came with an explanation of what states the interest came from. She lives in Oregon, but only 0.26% of the interest came from Oregon and interest came in about 40 different states.

TurboTax is demanding that I enter the state code from which the interest came. I have no clue what to put here, and Vanguard didn't put any state code on the 1099-INT.

I'm basically done with the return except that I don't know how to enter the state code here. There's no allowance for "various" or "almost all of them" in the application...

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