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spiralkk
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Hawaii state credit question.

What does this mean? For the state that you claimed a credit for taxes paid, subtract that state's income tax amount that you claimed as an itemized deduction on your federal return.
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hbl3973
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Hawaii state credit question.

That question shouldn't be relevant to you as you had no tax withheld for another state.  This questions refers to recalculating Hawaii itemized deductions. From the N-11 instructions:

Note: If you claim a credit for income taxes paid to other states and countries, you cannot also claim those amounts as an itemized deduction for state and foreign income taxes paid to another state or foreign country.

Note: Taxpayers can claim a deduction for state and local, and foreign, income, war profits, and excess profits taxes if their federal adjusted gross income is less than $100,000 and they are single or married filing separately; or less than $150,000 and they are a head of household; or less than $200,000 and they are married filing jointly or a qualifying widow(er).


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hbl3973
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Hawaii state credit question.

Did you live in more than one state or lived overseas at any time in 2016?
spiralkk
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Hawaii state credit question.

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hbl3973
Level 8

Hawaii state credit question.

That question shouldn't be relevant to you as you had no tax withheld for another state.  This questions refers to recalculating Hawaii itemized deductions. From the N-11 instructions:

Note: If you claim a credit for income taxes paid to other states and countries, you cannot also claim those amounts as an itemized deduction for state and foreign income taxes paid to another state or foreign country.

Note: Taxpayers can claim a deduction for state and local, and foreign, income, war profits, and excess profits taxes if their federal adjusted gross income is less than $100,000 and they are single or married filing separately; or less than $150,000 and they are a head of household; or less than $200,000 and they are married filing jointly or a qualifying widow(er).


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