In response to TurboTaxBillMC, the 1099-R is for a...
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Retirement tax questions

In response to TurboTaxBillMC, the 1099-R is for a non-qualified IRA annuity account.  There were after-tax contributions made to it that were withdrawn and cashed out.  That is the Box 1 amount.  The only thing that should be taxed is the amount shown in Box 2a, which is the interest paid through the year on the money that was in the account.  There is a value in Box 5 that is the difference of box 1 less box 2a.
In response to manuser_22, the IRA/SEP/SIMPLE box is not checked.  Box 2b "taxable amount not determined" is not checked.  There is a value in box 2a that is less than box 1.
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