I am part-time resident of OK & OH. Do I get standard deduction on OK tax form.

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kaykay
kaykay Member Posts: 3 Newcomer

I am not seeing it being done on my OK state filing.

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  • CarleneF
    CarleneF FreeTaxUSA Agent Posts: 27
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    Oklahoma requires you to take the same deduction that you take on your federal return. If you take the standard deduction on your federal return, then you must also take the standard deduction on your OK return. If you take the itemized deduction on your federal return, then you must itemize on your OK return.

    You should see it on line 11 of your OK return.

    This is from the OK part-year resident instructions:

    "Standard Deduction:
    If you did not claim itemized deductions on your federal return, enter the Oklahoma standard deduction on line 11.
    If your filing status is single or married filing separate. your Oklahoma standard deduction is $6,350.
    If your filing status is head of household, your Oklahoma standard deduction is $9,350.
    If your filing status is married filing joint or qualifying widow(er), your Oklahoma standard deduction is $12,700."

    https://oklahoma.gov/content/dam/ok/en/tax/documents/forms/individuals/current/511-NR-Pkt.pdf

  • kaykay
    kaykay Member Posts: 3 Newcomer
    edited March 8
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    I deleted my comment as i found my error.