Pensions and retirement plans are taxed according to where you live as opposed to where they were earned.
From @TurboTaxAndreaC1 : Some types of retirement income are taxed in Alabama. Income from retirement accounts like an IRA or a 401(k) will be taxed as regular income, at Alabama’s state income tax rates. Tax rates range from 2% to 5%. More information can be found here https://revenue.alabama.gov/incometax/xempt.cfm
However, income from pensions is not taxed in Alabama. If you receive money from a public pension like a Teachers Retirement System or from a private company pension, that income will not be taxed by the state.
NOTE : There is federal tax on pension benefits you receive. But in Alabama, pensions are tax exempt. That includes state pensions from various groups including state employees and teachers.
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To enter the W-2G For your Gambling winnings--Go to Federal>Wages & Income>Less Common Income>Gambling Winnings
You can enter your winnings, and then keep clicking through the interview to enter gambling losses.
Gambling losses are an itemized deduction; you can only get a deduction if the combination of all of your other itemized deductions exceeds your standard deduction. Losses do not offset winnings dollar for dollar.
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