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peterlum2010
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Where do I enter "Hawaii Income Tax Withheld" in Federal tax form?

I sold my rental property in Hawaii in 2017.  State of Hawaii withheld Hawaii Income Tax that I paid in Box 8 on Form N-288A, "Hawaii Income Tax Withheld". 

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DianeW
Expert Alumni

Where do I enter "Hawaii Income Tax Withheld" in Federal tax form?

You can enter the Hawaii income tax withheld by using the information here.

The Hawaii (HI)  tax withholding (or federal ) can be entered in the following section of TurboTax so that it will flow to the HI state return.

While you are signed into your TurboTax account:

  1. Federal Taxes
  2. Deductions &  Credits
  3. I'll choose what I work on
  4. Estimates and Other Taxes Paid
  5. Other Income Taxes
  6. Scroll to Withholding not already entered on W2 or 1099 > Start
  7. Enter the state withholding here (and/or federal)
  8. Click the image attached to enlarge and view for assistance.

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DianeW
Expert Alumni

Where do I enter "Hawaii Income Tax Withheld" in Federal tax form?

You can enter the Hawaii income tax withheld by using the information here.

The Hawaii (HI)  tax withholding (or federal ) can be entered in the following section of TurboTax so that it will flow to the HI state return.

While you are signed into your TurboTax account:

  1. Federal Taxes
  2. Deductions &  Credits
  3. I'll choose what I work on
  4. Estimates and Other Taxes Paid
  5. Other Income Taxes
  6. Scroll to Withholding not already entered on W2 or 1099 > Start
  7. Enter the state withholding here (and/or federal)
  8. Click the image attached to enlarge and view for assistance.

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