It depends on the state.
Only some states offer that credit and of the ones that do, some make it a part of the state tax return and others make it a separate form.
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More specifically, can I efile for the renters rebate, separately, using the Turbo Tax free edition? I am from Minnesota. I have already completed the Fed. Tax using www.creditkarma.com tax filing option. They are not allowing for State Tax filing, yet.
You cannot use TurboTax for a stand alone state return. Information flows from the federal return to the state return. The IRS is not accepting 2020 returns until February 12, and a state return cannot be accepted until the federal return has been accepted. Maybe you just need to chill for a a few days and finish your return where you started it and prepare the state there when they allow it.
And.....the MN rent form has to be mailed---it cannot be e-filed even it the software helps you prepare it.