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Steveinkcmo
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Do I need K1 income from Kansas, that is included on the Federal AGI, to the Missouri Form MO-A on Part 1, 2a. additions OR subtract this income Part 1, 10a?

I am a Missouri resident

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NancyG
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Do I need K1 income from Kansas, that is included on the Federal AGI, to the Missouri Form MO-A on Part 1, 2a. additions OR subtract this income Part 1, 10a?

Many states begin their tax computation with federal taxable income. From there you may have to make adjustments to get to state taxable income.  An example is federal Section 179 and bonus depreciation.  

Did you receive a separate state K-1 or K-1 equivalent.  This state K-1 will reflect any state level "subtractions" and/or "additions" necessary at the state level.

Enter the state specific information on the state input.

If the state is not your "resident" state please see the following:

 

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NancyG
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Do I need K1 income from Kansas, that is included on the Federal AGI, to the Missouri Form MO-A on Part 1, 2a. additions OR subtract this income Part 1, 10a?

Many states begin their tax computation with federal taxable income. From there you may have to make adjustments to get to state taxable income.  An example is federal Section 179 and bonus depreciation.  

Did you receive a separate state K-1 or K-1 equivalent.  This state K-1 will reflect any state level "subtractions" and/or "additions" necessary at the state level.

Enter the state specific information on the state input.

If the state is not your "resident" state please see the following:

 

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