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DC part-year resident tax filing, lived in DC for two periods of time during year 2021

I lived in DC from 1/1/2021 -3/1/2021. Then I moved to VA, and I moved back to DC in September and stayed till 12/31/2021. When I was filling out my DC tax portion through turbotax, it asks for the time I lived in DC, but it only has the option "from... to..." I can only include one period of time in there, not both periods. That caused inaccuracy for my deduction as the total number of days I actually lived in DC is greater than either of the two periods.  

Does anyone know how I should fill this portion out?

Thank you!

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DanielV01
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DC part-year resident tax filing, lived in DC for two periods of time during year 2021

Probably a return you want to mail in.  Your situation does not e-file well.  Another option is to consider yourself a full-year DC resident, and have Virginia reimburse you the mistaken withholdings.  But most part-year returns cannot handle a move-out/move-in within the same calendar year well.

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DanielV01
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DC part-year resident tax filing, lived in DC for two periods of time during year 2021

Probably a return you want to mail in.  Your situation does not e-file well.  Another option is to consider yourself a full-year DC resident, and have Virginia reimburse you the mistaken withholdings.  But most part-year returns cannot handle a move-out/move-in within the same calendar year well.

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