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kturn8
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I have rental property out of state, do I need to file a non-resident state form?

I own a home in IL which I converted to rental property in 2016.  I am a resident of Georgia.  Do I need to file a non-resident tax form for IL?

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NancyG
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I have rental property out of state, do I need to file a non-resident state form?

Yes, you should file a non-resident return for Illinois for the rental property. If you have losses, you can carry them forward to potentially use to offset any gain when you eventually sell.

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NancyG
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I have rental property out of state, do I need to file a non-resident state form?

Yes, you should file a non-resident return for Illinois for the rental property. If you have losses, you can carry them forward to potentially use to offset any gain when you eventually sell.

ramirez-sebastia
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I have rental property out of state, do I need to file a non-resident state form?

How do you enter the depreciation for those properties?

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