KS K-40/Scedule S Part B Information
If you are not a resident of Kansas but received income from Kansas sources, you must file a Kansas return regardless of the amount of income received from Kansas sources (see Kansas Source Income on page 19). If your employer withheld Kansas taxes from your wages in error, you must also file a Kansas return in order to receive a refund, even though you had no income from Kansas sources. A letter from your employer on company letterhead and signed by an authorized company official explaining the error must accompany your return. The letter must state the amount of wages and withholding applicable to Kansas.
Link to official form info: Kansas K-40/Scedule S Part B
Link to official form info for K-40/Scedule S Part B
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7 Kansas Tax Filings & Forms:K-40 - Individual Income Tax K-40/Scedule S Part B - Individual Income Tax (Non Resident/Part Year Resident) K-120 - Corporation Income Tax K-120S - Partnership or S Corporation Income Tax KW-5 - Withholding Tax Deposit Report KW-3 - Annual Withholding Tax Return K-CNS - Quarterly Wage Report and Unemployment Tax Return
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