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Form Help - Iowa

SOLVEDby IntuitUpdated 3 weeks ago

This article is for state-specific form help. Use the table of contents to jump to the tax module you're working on, and then find the relevant form and line within that section.

Table of contents:

‣ Individual
Partnership
S corporation
Corporation
Fiduciary

Individual

IA-100A

Page 1, Part II, Line 1 YES checkbox

If this is not generating check the Diagnostics to see if you have the following diagnostic: Form 100A - Cattle, Horses, or breeding livestock", if not all sales were to a Lineal descendent, then gross income from farming or ranching of $_ must be greater than 50% of total gross income of $_ to qualify for the Iowa Capital Gain Deduction. Remove the input in "Property Description (CTRL+T)" (Screen 17, code 542 or Screen 22 code 529). (ref. #46656)

IA-1040

Page 1, Step 2: Line 4 Head of household

For Iowa 1040 filing status, select Head of Household with qualifying person on Line 5 in Step 2. If the qualifying person is not claimed as a dependent on this return, enter their name and Social Security Number in the designated area. To do this, go to Screen 2, Dependents and check Dependent not claimed each year in the General Information section. Then, select Suppress this year in the Exemption field just below it.

Note: If the return has other dependents who are claimed, the unclaimed dependent's name and SSN will not appear on Line 5.

Partnership

Form

Line (apply anchor name here under Advanced on the right)

This is where you will enter the line-specific help.

S Corporation

Form

Line (apply anchor name here under Advanced on the right)

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This is where you will enter the line-specific help.

Corporation

Form

Line (apply anchor name here under Advanced on the right)

This is where you will enter the line-specific help.

Fiduciary

Form

Line (apply anchor name here under Advanced on the right)

This is where you will enter the line-specific help.

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