I cannot remember if I paid my state taxes that I owed from filing taxes, when I paid for turbo tax. Is there a way to see this?

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The TurboTax FAQ below explains how to review how you chose to pay your federal tax due, on a page called "Electronic Filing Instructions".  It's the first page of the PDF for your federal tax return.

Likewise, your state return will have its own "Electronic Filing Instructions" page in the PDF.  You should be able to see there how you opted to make payment of your state taxes due.

Yes, but each version of TurboTax is designed to handle different tax situations and their associated forms.

While you’re welcome to downgrade, you may miss some features—and you’ll be prompted to upgrade when those features are needed.

If you still want to downgrade, use the Clear and Start Over feature (you won't be able to do this if you've already submitted payment or deducted the TurboTax fee from your refund).

You can also reduce your TurboTax fees by removing add-ons:

https://youtu.be/u_Z-5ooU7Rc


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