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Where do I enter on Vermont form for 2015 refund applied to 2016 tax?

 
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IreneS
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Where do I enter on Vermont form for 2015 refund applied to 2016 tax?

UPDATED FOR TAX YEAR 2019

 

To report that your Vermont 2018 refund was applied to 2019 tax, please follow these steps:

 

  1. Click on Federal TaxesDeductions & Credits.  [In TT Self-Employed:  Personal > Deductions & Credits]
  2. In the Estimates and Other Taxes Paid section, click on the Start/Update box next to Other Income Taxes.
  3. On the Other income taxes screen, click  the Start box next to 2018 Refund Applied to 2019 state taxes.
  4. Enter the amount on the next screen, How much of your 2018 state refund did you apply to your 2019 state taxes?

[Edited | 4/9/2020 |  11:06am PDT]

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IreneS
Intuit Alumni

Where do I enter on Vermont form for 2015 refund applied to 2016 tax?

UPDATED FOR TAX YEAR 2019

 

To report that your Vermont 2018 refund was applied to 2019 tax, please follow these steps:

 

  1. Click on Federal TaxesDeductions & Credits.  [In TT Self-Employed:  Personal > Deductions & Credits]
  2. In the Estimates and Other Taxes Paid section, click on the Start/Update box next to Other Income Taxes.
  3. On the Other income taxes screen, click  the Start box next to 2018 Refund Applied to 2019 state taxes.
  4. Enter the amount on the next screen, How much of your 2018 state refund did you apply to your 2019 state taxes?

[Edited | 4/9/2020 |  11:06am PDT]

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