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Does my 1099r make me claim it in both states

I have 1099r from the state of Arkansas I moved to Missouri last year why do I have to pay so much into Missouri cause of it
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Does my 1099r make me claim it in both states

Yes, you have to claim it in both states. TurboTax will help you enter the correct portion to each state. 

Each TurboTax state income tax return software has income allocation screens (see the screenshot below) so you may enter/allocate amounts to each state that may be taxable to each state. 

  • Because the 1099-R doesn't show when you received the money, you enter the amount distributed while you lived in each state.
  • If it was a single distribution, enter the entire amount in the state you lived in at the time you received the money. 
  • If you were receiving monthly or quarterly payments, then divide the money up to indicate the amount you received while living in each state.

To enter form 1099-R in the federal income section of TurboTax:

  • Type 1099-r in the search screen and click search.
  • Click on Jump to 1099-r.
  • Enter your 1099-r.

Related information:

Missouri Guide for Retiree's http://www.kiplinger.com/tool/retirement/T055-S001-state-by-state-guide-to-taxes-on-retirees/index.p...

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