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Why am i being made to pay for state filing

i was a florida non-resident military member for part of 2016. I never had to file state taxes before, so why i am being charged 36.99 to pay for state taxes now that i have to use the turbotax premier because i have an investment account
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Why am i being made to pay for state filing

"Why am i being made to pay for state filing"

 

You do not need to file a Florida return since Florida does not have an individual income tax.

 

The Florida return is only for owners of Florida-located businesses and rental property with assets to report.

 

Choose Skip State in the State Taxes section. 

 

If you proceeded past the warning screens, try deleting the Florida return,

 

See  https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1900608

 

If you were actually charged for the Florida return, contact Support.

 

See  https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/3401489

Why am i being made to pay for state filing

thank you, i got on the phone with support and they fixed the issue for me!

Why am i being made to pay for state filing

I bought a cd at staples and this is the first filing.

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Why am i being made to pay for state filing

Using the desktop editions of TurboTax there is currently a $19.99 fee to e-file a state income tax return.  This fee can be avoided by printing and mailing the state tax return.

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