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momzcamp
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I can't find a way to enter my 1099-G for a small business state of WI grant?

How to enter 1099-G grant info?
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GloriaL
Expert Alumni

I can't find a way to enter my 1099-G for a small business state of WI grant?

 

To include your 1099-G received for a taxable grant:

  1. Open or continue your return in TurboTax
  2. Go to Other Common Income.
  3. Click on 1099-G Income.
  4. Check Yes we need to enter 1099-G for a government payment.
  5. Check on who received this and enter that information
  6. On what type of payment did you receive, click Taxable grant
  7. Enter the information listed on your 1099-G
  8. Click on Continue
robertlstevens
Level 2

I can't find a way to enter my 1099-G for a small business state of WI grant?

Other Common Income is in the personal income section of Turbo Tax.  I received a taxable grant (refund of workers compensation) for my business and the 1099-G references my EIN number for my business not my personal SS number.  However, I can not find anywhere in Turbo tax the ability to enter a 1099-G in my business section.

PattiF
Employee Tax Expert

I can't find a way to enter my 1099-G for a small business state of WI grant?

In order to enter this income for your business, you need to go to the Business section of TurboTax.

 

  • Go to your Business tab and locate the Business Income section.
  • Then choose Other Income and enter the information on the 1099-G. 
  • There doesn't appear to be another way to tie a 1099-G under Other Income to your business than by using this method.. 

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