In 2012 and 2013, I worked for a company (LLC) that awarded me shares in the company as a form of compensation (edit: the shares were issued in early 2013). I have since left the company and they bought back the shares.
I had been waiting to complete my 2013 taxes until I received the K-1 from this company. I received the K-1 yesterday, and in addition to the K-1 for federal and for Illinois, I also received K-1 "equivalents" from two other states (California and Florida).
Does this mean I need to file returns with each state for which I got a K-1 equivalent?
Can software packages like TurboTax and TaxAct handle this kind of situation?