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rickspfc75
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Living in FL owning a rental property in CT. Student Loan interest, can I deduct on my non resident State Income tax?

I live in FL but own a rental property in CT. I have student loan interest to deduct. Turbo Tax asks me how much of my student loan interest should be allocated to CT? How much do I enter? The whole amount or zero?

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DS30
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Living in FL owning a rental property in CT. Student Loan interest, can I deduct on my non resident State Income tax?

No - you will not be able to claim student loan interest on your CT nonresident state income tax return if you are a resident of FL.  (Therefore you will allocate zero ($0) amount of your student loan interest to your CT nonresident state income tax return.

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DS30
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Living in FL owning a rental property in CT. Student Loan interest, can I deduct on my non resident State Income tax?

No - you will not be able to claim student loan interest on your CT nonresident state income tax return if you are a resident of FL.  (Therefore you will allocate zero ($0) amount of your student loan interest to your CT nonresident state income tax return.

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