1040-US: What is a multiple state return?

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Question

What is a multiple-state return?

Answer

A multiple-state return is one that has one resident state and one or more nonresident states attached. It could also be a return with two or more part-year resident states attached.

UltraTax CS transfers as much information as possible from the federal return to the state return to minimize the amount of data entry at the state level. Any state can be processed on a per-return basis if the state is not fully licensed in UltraTax CS.

Related topic: Multiple-state processing FAQs (1040)

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