I received multiple state k-1's, and I am unsure if I have to file as non-resident in these states. On my federal and resident state k-1 it shows an ordinary business loss of -90.
I know this is a lot, but any help I can get, will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Alabama-Ordinary loss -4, Other items and amounts 47, Gross ECI and Worldwide gross income 165, Liabilities 6016, SIC code 305
Arkansas-Ordinary income 1, Arkansas Apportionment Percentage 0.708380%
Colorado-Ordinary loss -2, other activities 3, partners share of total receipts 8
Florida-Partners share of adjustments 114, Within Florida-property data 10, payroll data 16, sales data 31
Georgia-Partners share source income -24, Georgia income 216,522, Ordinary loss -24
Illinois-Ordinary loss -4, special depreciation addition 6, special depreciation subtraction 1.
Also received a K-3 from Illinois- members share of income subject to pass-through withholding 1
Kansas-Ordinary loss -3, other additions to federal income 3
Kentucky-Ordinary income 181, interest income 1, other deductions 22, nondeductible expense 1, gross r receipts 11, gross profits 11, LLET nonrefundable credit 1, total receipts 342, total profits 108, total property 111, Kentucky payroll 1, total payroll 76, income subject to withholding 5, tax withheld 0
Louisiana-current year decrease -90
Mississippi-apportionment ratio 7.8375, Ordinary income 14
Missouri-I don't even understand which is partner's share on this form, I may have to call Missouri for this one.
Still have questions?Make a post