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Form Help - Ohio

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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

Form IT NRC

Page 2, Line 1-20

To indicate that the box contains an IT K-1 attachment, navigate to Screen 50.121 and select Ohio IT-K1 attached.

Generic Form R

Page 1, Line 2

If Line 2 on Page 1 of OH Generic Form R is not picking up the loss from Page 2 of the form, go to Screen 54.123, in the St. Taxes section, select Ohio Cities. In the City section below, select the state you are working on, highlight the city, go to the Income section and check the "Allow business losses to offset non-business income" checkbox which should then allow the loss to appear.

Form Sch Credits

Page 1, Line 4

The Ohio IT 1040 has a Senior Citizen Credit that is available if all the following conditions are met:

• Your Ohio income tax base (Ohio IT 1040, Line 5) is less than $100,000.
• You were 65 or older during the tax year.
• You haven't taken the Ohio lump sum distribution credit before.

If you meet all these criteria, you'll get a credit of $50 per return.

Partnership

Form

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

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

S Corporation

RITA Form 20-EXT

To generate form

To generate the Ohio RITA extenstion, use Screen 48.121, Ohio Cities Apportionment, Misc., Adj., using the input fields available in the Rita Extension section. This form may not generate if income has not been entered.

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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