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Wher do i add state estimated tax paid to return

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Intuit Alumni

Wher do i add state estimated tax paid to return

If you have already e-filed, wait until your return is accepted or rejected by IRS / the state.

                -If your return is rejected, add or edit your new information (along with anything else that needs to be corrected)                              and then re-submit your return.  See   Fix a reject

                -If your return has been accepted- you cannot change the information. Instead, you have to amend a                                                return.   See instructions below.

IRS does not allow e-file for amendment,  you will need to submit the amendment forms with related supporting documents by mail. (Follow instructions through the step-by-step interview questions in the program)

If your original return generates a refund, you should wait until your original refund arrives before you file your amendment. You can cash your check, but you still should wait until your current tax return is resolved.  Note that if you see " Do Not File" watermark on your Form, this means your original return is either still pending or forms are not finalized yet.

If you have not file your taxes, to enter your state estimated paid taxes in TurboTax online program, go to:

1. Sign back in to the program and select Take me to my return 

2. At the right upper corner, in the search box, type in estimated tax payments and Enter

3.  Select Jump to estimated tax payments 

4. Next screen, Estimates and Other Income Taxes Paid, select State estimated taxes for 2016 and Start 

[Edited 3/1/2017]

Intuit Alumni

Wher do i add state estimated tax paid to return

See above updated answer

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