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Are these rules the same for Federal and State?

I was doing my return on TurboTax, downloaded my investments (which consist of about 40 trades, including 3 wash sales). The Federal part of TurboTax got everything right. But to my surprise, the State part (Pennsylvania in my case) came up with a lower amount for total net capital gains. It recognized my losses on wash sales. (The fact that they are wash sales means that they are not recognized for Federal taxes).

Is this accurate, ie the proper reflection of PA state tax law? Can I trust Turbotax to get it right when I actually sell the shares (with the higher basis)?

If anyone has seen this in the past, I would appreciate your views.

Thanks.

Francis
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