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Do I need to amend my state return to update my unemployment?

UPDATED: June 3, 2021

Check your state below to see if you need to amend your state return to get the $10,200 of unemployment income benefits according to the American Rescue Plan.

If yours hasn’t been updated yet, check back next week. We’re working hard to incorporate all states’ changes into TurboTax.

No. Alabama doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit the Alabama Department of Revenue for more information.

Alaska doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

Arizona hasn’t announced their recommendations for amending state returns to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. See the Arizona Department of Revenue notice for more information and check back next week.

No. Arkansas doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state.  See the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration notice for more information.

No. California doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state.  Visit the California Franchise Tax Board for more information.

No. Your Colorado return included the necessary unemployment income changes when you filed. See the Colorado Department of Revenue press release for more information.

Yes. Connecticut recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file Form CT-1040X, Amended Connecticut Income Tax Return for Individuals. See the Connecticut State Department of Revenue Services alert for more information.

No. Delaware doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state.   Visit the Delaware Division of Revenue for more information.

Yes. DC recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form D-40. See the DC Office of Tax and Revenue notice for more information.

Florida doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

No. Your Georgia return included the necessary unemployment income changes when you filed. See the Georgia Department of Revenue update for more information.

Hawaii hasn’t announced their recommendations for amending state returns to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. See the Hawaii Department of Taxation updates and check back next week.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in Idaho. Check back here for guidance and visit the Idaho State Tax Commission for more information.

No. Illinois does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Illinois Department of Revenue update for more information.

No. Indiana does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Indiana Department of Revenue update for more information.

No. Iowa does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Iowa Department of Revenue update for more information.

Yes. Kansas recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form K40, Kansas Individual Income Tax. Visit the Kansas Department of Revenue for more information.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in Kentucky. Check back here for guidance and see the Kentucky Department of Revenue news page for more information.

Yes. Louisiana recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form IT-540, Louisiana Resident Income Tax Return. See the Louisiana Department of Revenue news release for more information.

Yes. Maine recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form 1040ME, Maine Individual Income Tax. Visit Maine Revenue Services for more information.

Yes. Maryland recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file Form 502X, Maryland Amended Tax. See the Comptroller of Maryland news release for more information.

No. Massachusetts does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Massachusetts Department of Revenue FAQ for more information.

Yes. Michigan recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form MI-1040. See the Michigan Taxes notice for more information.

No. Your Minnesota return included the necessary unemployment income changes when you filed. Visit the Minnesota Department of Revenue for more information.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in Mississippi. Check back here for guidance and visit the Mississippi Department of Revenue for more information.

Yes. Missouri recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form MO-1040, Individual Income Tax Return. See the Missouri Department of Revenue FAQ for more information.

No. Montana doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. See the Montana Department of Revenue post for more information.

Nebraska hasn’t announced their recommendations for amending state returns to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. See the Nebraska Department of Revenue FAQ for more information and check back next week.

Nevada doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

No. New Hampshire doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit the New Hampshire Department of Revenue for more information. 

No. New Jersey doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit the New Jersey Division of Taxation for more information.

Yes. New Mexico recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form PIT-1, Personal Income Tax Return. See the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue bulletin for more information.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in New York. Check back here for guidance and see the New York Department of Taxation and Finance FAQ for more information.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in North Carolina. Check back here for guidance and see their latest announcement.

No. North Dakota does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the North Dakota Tax Commissioner news release for more information.

Ohio hasn’t announced their recommendations for amending state returns to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. See the Ohio Department of Taxation resource page for more information and check back next week.

Yes. Oklahoma recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form 511, Income Tax Return. See the Oklahoma Tax Commission public notice for more information.

No. Oregon does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Oregon Newsroom post for more information.

No. Pennsylvania doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue for more information.

In rare cases, some customers may need to amend in Rhode Island. Check back here for guidance and see the Rhode Island Division of Taxation announcement for more information.

No. Your South Carolina return included the necessary unemployment income changes when you filed. See their latest announcement for more information.

South Dakota doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

No. Tennessee doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit the Tennessee Department of Revenue for more information.

Texas doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

No. Utah does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Utah Tax Commission news page for more information.

No. Vermont does not recommend amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. They will automatically make this calculation for you and send any additional refund you may be eligible for. See the Vermont Department of Taxes resource page for more information.

No. Virginia doesn’t tax unemployment income, so there’s no need to amend for your state. Visit Virginia Tax for more information.

Washington doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

Yes. West Virginia recommends amending your return to claim the $10,200 unemployment adjustment. Sign in to TurboTax to file an amended Form IT-140, Personal Income Tax Return. See the West Virginia Tax Department for more information.

No. Your Wisconsin return included the necessary unemployment income changes when you filed. See the Wisconsin Department of Revenue news page for more information.

Wyoming doesn’t have state income tax, so there’s no state return to amend.

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