topic I lived in Alabama until 2/14/17 and then moved to Georgia as of 2/15/17. I need to know how to figure out how much of my taxable social security goes to each state. in State tax filing https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/state-taxes/discussion/i-lived-in-alabama-until-2-14-17-and-then-moved-to-georgia-as-of-2-15-17-i-need-to-know-how-to/01/575520#M26277 I know how much to taxable amount is from my federal tax return. Wed, 05 Jun 2019 21:51:54 GMT philjaneh 2019-06-05T21:51:54Z I lived in Alabama until 2/14/17 and then moved to Georgia as of 2/15/17. I need to know how to figure out how much of my taxable social security goes to each state. https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/state-taxes/discussion/i-lived-in-alabama-until-2-14-17-and-then-moved-to-georgia-as-of-2-15-17-i-need-to-know-how-to/01/575520#M26277 I know how much to taxable amount is from my federal tax return. Wed, 05 Jun 2019 21:51:54 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/state-taxes/discussion/i-lived-in-alabama-until-2-14-17-and-then-moved-to-georgia-as-of-2-15-17-i-need-to-know-how-to/01/575520#M26277 philjaneh 2019-06-05T21:51:54Z If you received the social security all year, use a perce... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/state-taxes/discussion/if-you-received-the-social-security-all-year-use-a-perce/01/575526#M26279 <P>If you received the social security all year, use a percentage (45/365=12.3% for Alabama and 320/365=87.7% for Georgia) to allocate the income between the states.<BR /></P> Wed, 05 Jun 2019 21:51:56 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/state-taxes/discussion/if-you-received-the-social-security-all-year-use-a-perce/01/575526#M26279 MaryK1 2019-06-05T21:51:56Z
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