topic The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Fede... in Get your taxes done using TurboTax https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/the-estimated-tax-payments-for-ca-are-entered-in-the-fede/01/569328#M232034 <P>The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Federal section, you are correct.</P><P>Then they flow to the CA return and you are given a credit for the taxes paid to CA.</P><P> <B>The do not flow to the DC return as they are CA taxes withheld, not should they be entered anywhere on the DC return. &nbsp; You are double counting if entered again on the DC return. &nbsp;Only DC estimated&nbsp;tax payments&nbsp;or other DC taxes withheld on W-2's (or 1099's) would flow to the DC return.&nbsp;</B> </P> Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:01 GMT MichaelL1 2019-06-05T19:00:01Z Do estimated state taxes for one state also flow to another state's return https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/do-estimated-state-taxes-for-one-state-also-flow-to-another-state-s-return/01/569295#M232020 I live in&nbsp;&nbsp;DC but have to file in California as well since my law firm withholds estimated taxes for CA.&nbsp;&nbsp;I enter the estimated CA taxes in my Federal return and they flow to my CA return.&nbsp;&nbsp;I have assumed that they do no flow to my DC return so I enter them manually on the DC return on the other state taxes portion.&nbsp;&nbsp;Am I correct or am I double counting them in the DC return. Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:00 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/do-estimated-state-taxes-for-one-state-also-flow-to-another-state-s-return/01/569295#M232020 donheff2 2019-06-05T19:00:00Z The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Fede... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/the-estimated-tax-payments-for-ca-are-entered-in-the-fede/01/569328#M232034 <P>The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Federal section, you are correct.</P><P>Then they flow to the CA return and you are given a credit for the taxes paid to CA.</P><P> <B>The do not flow to the DC return as they are CA taxes withheld, not should they be entered anywhere on the DC return. &nbsp; You are double counting if entered again on the DC return. &nbsp;Only DC estimated&nbsp;tax payments&nbsp;or other DC taxes withheld on W-2's (or 1099's) would flow to the DC return.&nbsp;</B> </P> Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:01 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/the-estimated-tax-payments-for-ca-are-entered-in-the-fede/01/569328#M232034 MichaelL1 2019-06-05T19:00:01Z Thanks.  But I assume those amounts and the income associ... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thanks-but-i-assume-those-amounts-and-the-income-associ/01/569334#M232035 Thanks.&nbsp;&nbsp;But I assume those amounts and the income associated with CA should be entered to the DC return as taxes paid in another state just like I add those figures for the other 10 states for which a consolidated return is filed by the law firm? (No estimated taxes for those 10 - tax is paid outright by the firm and deducted from me. Also no state returns by me.)&nbsp;&nbsp;I shouldn't be paying taxes in DC for income that is taxed in CA just like the other 10, correct? Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:09 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thanks-but-i-assume-those-amounts-and-the-income-associ/01/569334#M232035 donheff2 2019-06-05T19:00:09Z CA will tax the income also as a non-resident state.  The... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/ca-will-tax-the-income-also-as-a-non-resident-state-the/01/569340#M232036 CA will tax the income also as a non-resident state.&nbsp;&nbsp;Then you do the resident return last (DC), and you will get a credit for taxes paid to another state (on income that is being taxed twice (the CA income). Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:10 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/ca-will-tax-the-income-also-as-a-non-resident-state-the/01/569340#M232036 MichaelL1 2019-06-05T19:00:10Z Thank you.  You seem knowledgeable so maybe you can answe... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thank-you-you-seem-knowledgeable-so-maybe-you-can-answe/01/569346#M232037 Thank you.&nbsp;&nbsp;You seem knowledgeable so maybe you can answer my other question (posted earlier).&nbsp;&nbsp;Should I be entering the taxes for the 10 states for which a the firm files consolidated returns on my Federal return?&nbsp;&nbsp;The only place I can see to enter them is in estimated taxes paid.&nbsp;&nbsp;If I enter them there I assume I should just put a figure in the fourth quarter for each state. Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:11 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thank-you-you-seem-knowledgeable-so-maybe-you-can-answe/01/569346#M232037 donheff2 2019-06-05T19:00:11Z Let me post the answer with the other question you are al... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/let-me-post-the-answer-with-the-other-question-you-are-al/01/569357#M232038 Let me post the answer with the other question you are already asked. Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:01:11 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/let-me-post-the-answer-with-the-other-question-you-are-al/01/569357#M232038 MichaelL1 2019-06-05T19:01:11Z Thx https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thx/01/569360#M232039 Thx Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:01:12 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/thx/01/569360#M232039 donheff2 2019-06-05T19:01:12Z
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<P>The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Federal section, you are correct.</P><P>Then they flow to the CA return and you are given a credit for the taxes paid to CA.</P><P> <B>The do not flow to the DC return as they are CA taxes withheld, not should they be entered anywhere on the DC return. &nbsp; You are double counting if entered again on the DC return. &nbsp;Only DC estimated&nbsp;tax payments&nbsp;or other DC taxes withheld on W-2's (or 1099's) would flow to the DC return.&nbsp;</B> </P>
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I live in&nbsp;&nbsp;DC but have to file in California as well since my law firm withholds estimated taxes for CA.&nbsp;&nbsp;I enter the estimated CA taxes in my Federal return and they flow to my CA return.&nbsp;&nbsp;I have assumed that they do no flow to my DC return so I enter them manually on the DC return on the other state taxes portion.&nbsp;&nbsp;Am I correct or am I double counting them in the DC return.
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<P>The estimated tax payments for CA are entered in the Federal section, you are correct.</P><P>Then they flow to the CA return and you are given a credit for the taxes paid to CA.</P><P> <B>The do not flow to the DC return as they are CA taxes withheld, not should they be entered anywhere on the DC return. &nbsp; You are double counting if entered again on the DC return. &nbsp;Only DC estimated&nbsp;tax payments&nbsp;or other DC taxes withheld on W-2's (or 1099's) would flow to the DC return.&nbsp;</B> </P>
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Thanks.&nbsp;&nbsp;But I assume those amounts and the income associated with CA should be entered to the DC return as taxes paid in another state just like I add those figures for the other 10 states for which a consolidated return is filed by the law firm? (No estimated taxes for those 10 - tax is paid outright by the firm and deducted from me. Also no state returns by me.)&nbsp;&nbsp;I shouldn't be paying taxes in DC for income that is taxed in CA just like the other 10, correct?
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CA will tax the income also as a non-resident state.&nbsp;&nbsp;Then you do the resident return last (DC), and you will get a credit for taxes paid to another state (on income that is being taxed twice (the CA income).
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Thank you.&nbsp;&nbsp;You seem knowledgeable so maybe you can answer my other question (posted earlier).&nbsp;&nbsp;Should I be entering the taxes for the 10 states for which a the firm files consolidated returns on my Federal return?&nbsp;&nbsp;The only place I can see to enter them is in estimated taxes paid.&nbsp;&nbsp;If I enter them there I assume I should just put a figure in the fourth quarter for each state.
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Let me post the answer with the other question you are already asked.
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