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user903951
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I'm having trouble figuring out what Line 1b(2) is. It says beginning date lived in state problem but i'm not sure exactly what that means.

 
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xmasbaby0
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I'm having trouble figuring out what Line 1b(2) is. It says beginning date lived in state problem but i'm not sure exactly what that means.

No one can see your screen so we do not know what form or state you are asking about.   What are you trying to do?

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user903951
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I'm having trouble figuring out what Line 1b(2) is. It says beginning date lived in state problem but i'm not sure exactly what that means.

I live in Texas. It's not letting me upload the image to show 

user903951
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I'm having trouble figuring out what Line 1b(2) is. It says beginning date lived in state problem but i'm not sure exactly what that means.

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I was finally able to upload.This is what it’s showing me.

ErnieS0
Employee Tax Expert

I'm having trouble figuring out what Line 1b(2) is. It says beginning date lived in state problem but i'm not sure exactly what that means.

@user903951 Did you enter more than one sales tax area? The total for all days lived must be 366. In other words, if you said 01/010/2020 to 03/30/2020 for one and 03/30/2020 to 12/31/2020 you would get an error because 03/30 overlaps on both entries so you would need to change the second to 03/31/2020.

 

If you only have one sales tax entry, check your dates. The beginning date should be 01/01/2020 and the end date should be 12/31/2020.

 

If nothing seems to work, delete your sales tax entry and start over.

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