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I am not sure if LeeLoo understood my question. I did not quite feel the answer was adequate. I did amend my 2021 return and added the 982 form.

I was asking this:  Did I need to include the information from the 1099-C anywhere else other than the 982 form?  One of the TurboTax Specialists helped me with this, and I only entered the 1099-C information into form 982.  Then, I started having a feeling, for reasons I'm not sure, that I didn't add it in all the right places.  Did I do it correctly to only enter the 1099-C information on form 982?
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I am not sure if LeeLoo understood my question. I did not quite feel the answer was adequate. I did amend my 2021 return and added the 982 form.

Did you speak with a TurboTax specialist? Did you contact Support?

 

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LeeLoo is not a TurboTax Specialist, Support person, Expert, or Champ (if you are referring to that).

I am not sure if LeeLoo understood my question. I did not quite feel the answer was adequate. I did amend my 2021 return and added the 982 form.

My initial contact was with support.  

I am not sure if LeeLoo understood my question. I did not quite feel the answer was adequate. I did amend my 2021 return and added the 982 form.

The bottom line is you exclude this income from your return if the insolvency exclusion applies (which it appears that is does in your case).

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