Since you've made multiple state extension payments, you will need to enter the total amount of state extension payments you've made. The program will enter this total on your federal return but you will need to go to each state return and enter the extension payment in the state interview for it to be accurately reported on yout state return.
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Although tedious and buried in TurboTax online, you can enter in payments made with extensions for multiple states. You have to go into the interview for each state and get to the section regarding filing an extension. Once there, you will need to say you are going to file an extension and then it will eventually trigger a screen asking for the payment amount you will make with the extension. Once the amount is entered it will populate on the corresponding form and you should see the TurboTax refund meter adjust accordingly.
The advice was right on target. Explained well how to get around the misleading labeling that Turbo Tax had for tax the state tax extension entry. Wish they had treated it in the same manner as the federal one.
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