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Is there a California election to report several states income

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Is there a California election to report several states income on a Trust Beneficiary's Form K-1 only on the California Individual Tax Return? Or, am I reguired to file a tax return in multiple states, as many as 20.

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No there is not. If there is income attributable to different states the K1 recipient would need to file as a nonresident in the states listed. The resident state will generally give a tax crdeit for any tax that is paid by their resident to a nonresident state. Each states filing requirements would also need to be looked at t see if the individual was required to file. Normally thi sis based on income.

Robin D says: 10/2/12 4:04 PM

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No there is not. If there is income attributable to different states the K1 recipient would need to file as a nonresident in the states listed. The resident state will generally give a tax credit for any tax that is paid by their resident to a nonresident state. Each states filing requirements would also need to be looked at to see if the individual was required to file. Normally this is based on income.

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