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JWL5
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MULTI STATE TAXES

LIVE IN PA AND MY SPOUSE WORKS IN DELAWARE.  TRYING TO SUBMIT A NON-RESIDENT TAX FOR DELAWARE BUT TURBO TAX KEEPS ADDING BOTH SALARIES TO THE DELAWARE FORM.  DOES TURBO TAX HAVE A WORK AROUND OR DO I NEED INPUT EVERYTING SEPARATELY FOR DELAWARE?   

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ErnieS0
Expert Alumni

MULTI STATE TAXES

There is no workaround. The only way to exclude your income from the Delaware return is for your wife to file "married filing separately" for Delaware.

 

You can still file a joint federal and Pennsylvania return and claim a tax credit for tax paid to DE. Since the DE return will not be linked with TurboTax, you will have to input the DE income and tax manually in the other state tax credit section (PA Schedule G-L)

mlj1
Returning Member

MULTI STATE TAXES

In same situation and lack of Turbotax functionality to accommodate this is ridiculous - they really need to fix this moving forward - especially with so many individuals living in one state, with one spouse working in an adjacent one. Really disappointed that this has not yet been addressed in their software - seems like it could be an easy option to offer. So frustrating.

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