We moved from Ohio into Michigan at the end of June, making half of our wages taxable in each state, although our address was never changed at work and Ohio taxes were withheld for the entire year and nothing was withheld for MI. The directions for Ohio 1040 Schedule A Line 12 says, "Enter compensation amounts earned in Ohio during the portion of the year that you were a resident of Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan and/or Pennsylvania. Do not include any Ohio sourced business income, lottery or casino winnings, rental or royalty income, capital gains, or non-employee wages. Exception: This deduction does not apply to compensation paid to you by a pass-through entity in which you have at least 20% direct or indirect ownership. R.C. 5733.40(A) (7) reclassifies such compensation as a distributive share of income from the passthrough entity." So am I correct in thinking that the half year of wages should be entered on Schedule A Line 12, because Turbo Tax keeps telling me that this line should be blank. It says to qualify for this deduction, you must be a resident of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, or West Virginia, which we are. What am I missing?
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