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saramarietaylor
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Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

 
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KittyM
Level 2

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

This question wants to know if you paid taxes to another state in which you lived and / or worked in 2017.

If you did not live or work in another state, you may leave this question blank and move on.

If you did live or work in another state, you will need to review the Tax Summary for that state.  The Tax Summary is found by doing the following:

  • Under your other State return, choose Tax Tools, then Tools.
  • Under "Other helpful links" the first option is View Tax Summary.
  • Look for the line that says Total Tax.  This is the "Amount of tax imposed by another state."
rcarmich
New Member

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

I keep getting this kicked back although I follow these instructions it wants me to continue checking.

LindaB1993
Expert Alumni

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

This question is applicable if

  • you lived or worked in another state.
  • your W-2 indicated state tax withholding in a state other than your resident state. 

 

If none of the above is applicable to you, you may delete this worksheet to correct the error.

 

You can delete a form by following these steps:

 

1. Sign into your account and select your current return

2. Select Tax Tools on the bottom left and then Tools (see attached tax tools)

3. Select Delete a Form 

4. Find the Out of State Credit worksheet and select delete next to it

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kziegler1
Returning Member

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

I have income from another state and have entered the correct data but the program keeps routing me back to this form to enter data for amount of tax imposed by another state.  The program will not take any value I enter into the field.  HELP

DaveF1006
Employee Tax Expert

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

 What i suggest doing is delete your states and start over.  When you start over, do your non-resident state(s) first and then the Arkansas State return last. This way, tax paid in other states should automatically populate from your federal return and you should not need to record anything in the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet. 

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whlevine
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Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

None of the suggestions above works. 😥 No matter what order I do my taxes, I keep getting kicked back to the Arkansas Out-of-State Tax Credits Worksheet. 😖 I paid no tax in the other state (PA), so, according to TurboTax, I should not use this worksheet. Deleting the worksheet by using Tax Tools > Tools > Delete a form does absolutely nothing. The worksheet is still there. It's a like a zombie that won't die. This is completely preventing me from e-filing.

GiseleD
Expert Alumni

Hi, I'm not sure what the Arkansas Out-of-State tax credit worksheet is asking when they say, "Amount of tax imposed by another state." Can anyone help me?

@whlevine

 

After you delete the worksheet, you may want to log out, clear your cookies and cache, and then log back in to see if it is fully removed. 

 

Here's how:

 

Each browser has a slightly different method for deleting cookies. Choose the browser you're using:

 

A full or corrupted cache can cause problems in TurboTax, so sometimes you need to clear your cache (that is, remove these temporary files).

 

Here are the official instructions for the most popular browsers:

Apple's official support site doesn't appear to contain instructions for clearing the cache in Safari. Your best bet is to search the Internet for clear Safari cache or similar search terms.

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