topic My primary residence is Arizona, but I own a second home in Wisconsin. I paid mortgage interest and property taxes in Wisconsin. I also got a W-2 from my old employer for a non qualified retirement plan. in Retirement tax questions https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-primary-residence-is-arizona-but-i-own-a-second-home-in-wisconsin-i-paid-mortgage-interest-and/01/330311#M28844 The employer had listed my former address in Wisconsin on the W-2, but did not take out any state taxes.&nbsp;&nbsp;I also paid property taxes and mortgage interest on the Wisconsin home. Do I file a Wisconsin return to get credit for all this. Mon, 03 Jun 2019 19:36:57 GMT mikegorman72 2019-06-03T19:36:57Z My primary residence is Arizona, but I own a second home in Wisconsin. I paid mortgage interest and property taxes in Wisconsin. I also got a W-2 from my old employer for a non qualified retirement plan. https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-primary-residence-is-arizona-but-i-own-a-second-home-in-wisconsin-i-paid-mortgage-interest-and/01/330311#M28844 The employer had listed my former address in Wisconsin on the W-2, but did not take out any state taxes.&nbsp;&nbsp;I also paid property taxes and mortgage interest on the Wisconsin home. Do I file a Wisconsin return to get credit for all this. Mon, 03 Jun 2019 19:36:57 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/my-primary-residence-is-arizona-but-i-own-a-second-home-in-wisconsin-i-paid-mortgage-interest-and/01/330311#M28844 mikegorman72 2019-06-03T19:36:57Z If you are considering the Wisconsin home as a Second Hom... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/if-you-are-considering-the-wisconsin-home-as-a-second-hom/01/330316#M28846 <P><B>If you are considering the Wisconsin home as a Second Home, </B>you can take the deduction for interest and property taxes on your federal taxes. &nbsp;It goes in the same area as your primary residence in the Your Home area of Deductions and Credits.&nbsp;</P><P><B>If you rent out the Wisconsin home,</B> then you will need to file a non-resident tax return for Wisconsin to report the rental income and expenses.</P><P>The address listed on your W-2 doesn't matter (except for the fact that you want to enter it into the software exactly as shown on the form). &nbsp;I am curious as to why they sent a W-2 and not a 1099-R form for a retirement plan distribution. &nbsp;Was it paid as stock options or similar type of income? &nbsp;<B>If this was actual income earned in Wisconsin</B>, you will need to report it on a Wisconsin non-resident tax return. &nbsp;If not, it can be reported on the Arizona tax return only.&nbsp;</P><B>How to file a non-resident state return?</B><P> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052</A> </P> Mon, 03 Jun 2019 19:36:59 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/if-you-are-considering-the-wisconsin-home-as-a-second-hom/01/330316#M28846 KarenL2 2019-06-03T19:36:59Z
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My primary residence is Arizona, but I own a second home in Wisconsin. I paid mortgage interest and property taxes in Wisconsin. I also got a W-2 from my old employer for a non qualified retirement plan.
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<P><B>If you are considering the Wisconsin home as a Second Home, </B>you can take the deduction for interest and property taxes on your federal taxes. &nbsp;It goes in the same area as your primary residence in the Your Home area of Deductions and Credits.&nbsp;</P><P><B>If you rent out the Wisconsin home,</B> then you will need to file a non-resident tax return for Wisconsin to report the rental income and expenses.</P><P>The address listed on your W-2 doesn't matter (except for the fact that you want to enter it into the software exactly as shown on the form). &nbsp;I am curious as to why they sent a W-2 and not a 1099-R form for a retirement plan distribution. &nbsp;Was it paid as stock options or similar type of income? &nbsp;<B>If this was actual income earned in Wisconsin</B>, you will need to report it on a Wisconsin non-resident tax return. &nbsp;If not, it can be reported on the Arizona tax return only.&nbsp;</P><B>How to file a non-resident state return?</B><P> </P><P> <A href="https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052" target="_blank">https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302052</A> </P>
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