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How to enter Connecticut PTE in ProSeries

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Down below we'll go over how to enter PTE for Connecticut on Individual, Partnership, and S Corporate returns in ProSeries.

Who Must File a Pass-Through Entity Tax Return

For the 2023 taxable year, every PE that does business in Connecticut or has income derived from or connected with sources within Connecticut must file Form CT‑1065/CT‑1120SI regardless of the amount of its income or loss. The PE must first complete either federal Form 1065, U.S. Return of Partnership Income, or federal Form 1120S, U.S. Income Tax Return for an S Corporation. Information on the federal return is needed to complete Form CT‑1065/CT‑1120SI.

PEs that receive a Schedule CT K‑1, Member's Share of Certain Connecticut Items, from another PE must also file Form CT-1065/CT-1120SI.

Table of contents:

Individual
Partnership
S Corporation

Individual

  1. Open the Connecticute state return.
  2. Press F6 to bring up Open Forms.
  3. Type PE to highlight the CT-PE and select OK to open it.
  4. Scroll down to Part 1 - Computation of Pass-Thru Entity Tax Credit.
  5. Enter the FEIN from the K-1 and the amount of credit.

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Partnership

For Partnership returns, the pass-through entity tax calculation is automatically applied and will show on the CT-1065 page 2, line 2.

Each Partners share of the tax will show on the CT K-1 Page 2, Part 3 - Connecticut PE Tax Credit Information.

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S Corporation

For S corporation returns, the pass-through entity tax calculation is automatically applied and will show on the CT-1120SI page 2, line 2.

Each Shareholder's share of the tax will show on the CT K-1 Page 2, Part 3 - Connecticut PE Tax Credit Information.

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