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I still consider myself a permanent resident of CA, but I only earned waged income (W2) in KY, but had K1 income in CA. Regarding double tax, how do I note tax credits?

I've had income tax withheld for my W2 to federal and KY. The K1 income has not been taxed yet. Can I declare the to-be-paid K1 CA tax on my KY return and the W2 withheld tax on my CA return?
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I still consider myself a permanent resident of CA, but I only earned waged income (W2) in KY, but had K1 income in CA. Regarding double tax, how do I note tax credits?

After the Federal return, you will do a non-resident KY return and then the resident CA return.

There will be a credit for taxes paid to another state (KY) on the CA return. 

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I still consider myself a permanent resident of CA, but I only earned waged income (W2) in KY, but had K1 income in CA. Regarding double tax, how do I note tax credits?

After the Federal return, you will do a non-resident KY return and then the resident CA return.

There will be a credit for taxes paid to another state (KY) on the CA return. 

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