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jrozinka1
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State tax incomplete

 
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AshleyRose
Level 2

State tax incomplete

Once your state forms are ready (forms availability table below), you have e-filed your Federal tax return and it has been accepted, then you can follow the steps below to file your State return:

  1. Login to your TurboTax account.
  2. In the Welcome Home box, click Visit My Tax Timeline at the bottom.
  3. In the SOME THINGS, YOU CAN DO section, click Add a state.
  4. Click on the State Taxes tab.
  5. Click Continue to start or complete your state taxes.
  6. Click Done with State.
  7. Continue through the flow to review and file your state taxes.

You may want to review the State Taxes section to confirm the return is complete.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3319879


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AshleyRose
Level 2

State tax incomplete

Once your state forms are ready (forms availability table below), you have e-filed your Federal tax return and it has been accepted, then you can follow the steps below to file your State return:

  1. Login to your TurboTax account.
  2. In the Welcome Home box, click Visit My Tax Timeline at the bottom.
  3. In the SOME THINGS, YOU CAN DO section, click Add a state.
  4. Click on the State Taxes tab.
  5. Click Continue to start or complete your state taxes.
  6. Click Done with State.
  7. Continue through the flow to review and file your state taxes.

You may want to review the State Taxes section to confirm the return is complete.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3319879


Carl
Level 15

State tax incomplete

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