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frank9
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Where to enter state estimates?

Estimates paid in 2016 and refund applied from 2015 on state.  Only on the federal input?
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PatriciaR
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Where to enter state estimates?

Estimates paid are automatically transferred to your state return (*see below):

Here are the steps to enter Estimated Tax Payments you have made in your tax return:

  • Select the Federal Taxes tab (at top of program)
  • Select the Deductions & Credits (sub tab)
  • Scroll down the next page and select Estimates and Other Taxes Paid

For a shortcut, go to the Search box (upper right of program) and search "estimates paid", click the "Jump to" link.

*Your state and local tax payments are automatically transferred to your state return. We’ll also use them to determine whether you’d benefit from itemized deductions, instead of a standard deduction.

Click on the screenshot below for more detail


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PatriciaR
New Member

Where to enter state estimates?

Estimates paid are automatically transferred to your state return (*see below):

Here are the steps to enter Estimated Tax Payments you have made in your tax return:

  • Select the Federal Taxes tab (at top of program)
  • Select the Deductions & Credits (sub tab)
  • Scroll down the next page and select Estimates and Other Taxes Paid

For a shortcut, go to the Search box (upper right of program) and search "estimates paid", click the "Jump to" link.

*Your state and local tax payments are automatically transferred to your state return. We’ll also use them to determine whether you’d benefit from itemized deductions, instead of a standard deduction.

Click on the screenshot below for more detail


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