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sueagraham
Returning Member

K-40PT

Does Turbotax efile my Kansas K-40PT form or do I have to mail it?

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JohnW152
Expert Alumni

K-40PT

Yes, Kansas Form KS K-40PT, Kansas Property Tax Relief Claim for Low Income Seniors, is available in TurboTax and may be e-filed with your return. 

Please see the TurboTax Help article State forms availability table for TurboTax individual (personal) tax products for additional information.

Form K-40PT may be filed with the Kansas Department of Revenue anytime between January 1 and April 15.  See Homestead Refund for more information.

sueagraham
Returning Member

K-40PT

Thank you for responding.  I do know that form K-40PT can be filed with Turbotax  What I'm not sure of is if it was automatically filed when I e-filed my Kansas state tax.  I didn't see anywhere to check a box to e-file it the form itself.

LenaH
Expert Alumni

K-40PT

Yes. TurboTax should automatically file your K-40PT as long as you were a resident of Kansas for the entire year, a home owner, and age 65 and older. There is no separate box to e-file that specific form. Rather, it would have been e-filed as support to your Kansas return. 

 

If you would like to confirm this form was filed, you could look at your e-filed tax documents. 

 

Please follow these instructions to see your forms: 

  1. Sign into TurboTax Online.
  2. Select Show next to Your tax returns & documents.
  3. Select 2020, and then Download/print return (PDF).

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PJT34
New Member

K-40PT

My K-40PT was submitted along with my other documents in TurboTax. But none of the Kansas documents asked for bank routing or account info. Will the KS funds be sent to the account listed in my Federal return? Or will Kansas mail a check for this portion?

PattiF
Expert Alumni

K-40PT

Yes, the Kansas funds will be sent to the account listed on your Federal return.

 

This is from the Kansas Department of Revenue about Property Tax Relief:

 

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