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lbeckis
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Have to file in AL and GA (state income tax) I was able to file electronically in GA but have to mail in return to GA. Do I need to send in all of my Info (fed&state)

Do I need to submit all federal, AL (state) and hard copy of W2 along with paper form to GA? Along with my payment, of course. I can't find exactly what to send to GA?
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KarenJ
Intuit Alumni

Have to file in AL and GA (state income tax) I was able to file electronically in GA but have to mail in return to GA. Do I need to send in all of my Info (fed&state)

I assume you live in Georgia and that you are filing a resident GA return.  If so, Georgia will want a copy of your AL return attached to it to confirm that you should have a credit in GA for AL taxes paid.

If you itemized on your federal return, GA also wants a copy of just your federal Schedule A 1040 (your itemized deductions).  If you used the standard deduction on your federal return then you do not need to attach Schedule A.

Attach a copy of pages one and two of your 1040 (page 1 has your address, etc and page 2 shows your final federal tax).

If you have any forms such as 1099s that have Georgia tax withheld, you should attach the a copy of the forms with Georgia tax withholding to your GA return.  

You do not need to attach a copy of your W-2.

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KarenJ
Intuit Alumni

Have to file in AL and GA (state income tax) I was able to file electronically in GA but have to mail in return to GA. Do I need to send in all of my Info (fed&state)

I assume you live in Georgia and that you are filing a resident GA return.  If so, Georgia will want a copy of your AL return attached to it to confirm that you should have a credit in GA for AL taxes paid.

If you itemized on your federal return, GA also wants a copy of just your federal Schedule A 1040 (your itemized deductions).  If you used the standard deduction on your federal return then you do not need to attach Schedule A.

Attach a copy of pages one and two of your 1040 (page 1 has your address, etc and page 2 shows your final federal tax).

If you have any forms such as 1099s that have Georgia tax withheld, you should attach the a copy of the forms with Georgia tax withholding to your GA return.  

You do not need to attach a copy of your W-2.

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