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How to factor in out of state income into taxes?

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I've been doing my taxes for years using turbotax. This year I ran into a bit of a problem. It seems one of the companies I do freelance work for whom I have been getting 1099-MISC from decided they are not going to send me one for this year. No specific reason stated. I know I made at least 2 to 3k from them. How would I add these in to my taxes as freelance income from state of NJ being a FL resident?

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There is an "other income" section. Put it there. Of course no one can tell you to just forget about it.
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I know TT will ask you questions including caveats like "I didn't receive a form for this income" type of stuff.
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I think I went through the walk me through everything 2 or 3 times and don't see anything that indicates being able to add misc income without a tax form.

What's interesting is I found this section here that states specifically (also see attached):

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"Anyone who paid you $600 or more for work you did as an independent contractor, freelancer or consultant is required to send you (and the IRS) this form."

1099-MISC Form.
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Edit: Nevermind, the page right after this lets me enter in income from a "barter or ecxhange" in the other income field, lol. Oh well. I think this is where I would enter it.
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