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mich000
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Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

 
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VolvoGirl
Level 15

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

You enter the state info on the same screen as the federal W2 info.  Did you scroll down?

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VolvoGirl
Level 15

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

Income tax from what?  The state withholding on your W2 box 17?  Or estimates you paid?
mich000
Level 1

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

Thank you for your immediate response! It is the state withholding on my W2 box 17.
VolvoGirl
Level 15

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

So don’t you see the row for boxes 15-20 for state?  
mich000
Level 1

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

Yes, I don't see row for boxes 15-20 for state. They do appear on federal.
VolvoGirl
Level 15

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

You enter the state info on the same screen as the federal W2 info.  Did you scroll down?

mich000
Level 1

Where should I put state income tax on my state tax file? There are only boxes to enter wages for state file.

I see. Thank you for your helpful answer!!

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