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"Are the state K-1s filed for the estate's state or for the state of the beneficiaries?"

I thought about that also. Two of the beneficiaries are in the same state as the estate. Two others are in different states with state income taxes. I'm in Texas with no state income tax.

I wonder if the beneficiaries in states outside that of the estate just use the information to roll data into their own state income tax return. Or do the beneficiaries in states outside that of the estate have to file a non resident state income tax return for the estate's domiciled state.
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