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03-11-2018 12:31 PM
So I live and worked in MO and received a W2 from MO, which is all fine and good. but I also was a coach in KS (a state I don't live in) and received a 1099 misc for this work. I bought the premium tax software and had no problems entering this into federal and also had to buy a second state when I was trying to enter everything into KS because I had already used my one free state for my MO taxes. and now that I transferred everything over to KS my 1099 isn't showing up, and its the only reason I really need to file in KS! so now I'm confused if I even need to file my KS state taxes with this form or what, because as far as I can tell there is no where in the KS program for me to enter this form and it isn't transferring over from my federal. any help is much needed!!
03-12-2018 02:56 PM
According to the information you've provided, it seems you are using the H&R Block desktop/downloadable software.
If your 1099-MISC income was reported on Schedule C, then when filing the KS nonresident return, under the KS income section, get to a screen called "Business Income (Schedule C)" and enter the amount being shown in the instructions on that screen. So, that way the 1099-MISC information is being reported on the KS nonresident tax return.
To do that in the desktop/downloadable tax software, follow these steps:
As an alternative, you can enter the amount in the State Allocation Worksheet for this KS nonresident return by using the FORMS menu. To do that, follow these steps:
If you happen to be using the online tax program, get to the KS nonresident return screen called "Part-Year and Nonresident Income Allocation" and find the row for "Business income or loss" and re-enter the amount in the Kansas Source Amount column. To get to this screen in the online program, follow these steps:
Tax Research Specialist