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I sold a rental property in Maryland as a non-resident. Maryland withheld taxes. Where do I enter the taxes withheld

Maryland sale of property tax withheld
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I sold a rental property in Maryland as a non-resident. Maryland withheld taxes. Where do I enter the taxes withheld

Go to the  Estimates and Other Taxes Paid section of Deductions and Credits on your federal return.  Click on the Estimates sub-heading.  There you will find the section for entering State Estimated Taxes.  Enter the withheld MD taxes there.

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.**

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I sold a rental property in Maryland as a non-resident. Maryland withheld taxes. Where do I enter the taxes withheld

From the instructions for form MW506NRS:

Nonresident individuals are required to file a
Nonresident Maryland Income Tax Return (Form
505). The income tax withheld and reported on
Line 8 of the Form MW506NRS must be claimed
as an estimated income tax payment.

 

 

 

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