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10-10-2017 08:55 AM
So I just got a notice from the state saying I didn't pay any school district tax for 2015. I know that the tax was withheld from my check and I filed my state taxes with H&R block. Now, the state is saying I owe a lot of money. What do I do? Why wasn't this filed with my taxes??
10-10-2017 07:29 PM
Welcome to the H&R Block community.
It sounds to me like you either didn't file a school district tax return or your owed more tax than what you paid. I would review your tax return, with a tax professional if necessary. Check the return for errors and to be sure that your tax that was withheld from your paychecks was entered correctly. A "second look review" is free at any H&R Block office.
If an error was made you can amend the tax return, and 95% of the time that will correct the problem.
Note that there are some school districts and localities below the state level who impose an income tax and have a separate (but simple) paper tax return. You may need to file a district tax return separately from the state return unless your state is one of those that handles everything at the state level and then sends collected taxes to its districts & localities that have an income tax. A tax professional in your area will know if you need to file a separate return for the school district.
If you have any other questions I'll be glad to help.
Senior Tax Advisor (Tampa, FL)