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tlptax2016
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Should I enter stock dividends which are reinvested?

I did not sell any stocks

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MinhT
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Should I enter stock dividends which are reinvested?

Stock dividends (except those received in a qualified retirement plan) are taxable income, even if they are reinvested.


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tlptax2016
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Should I enter stock dividends which are reinvested?

Where do I enter this?
MinhT
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Should I enter stock dividends which are reinvested?

In TurboTax, open your return and follow these steps:
• Click on Federal Taxes, then on Wages and Income
• Under All Income, locate the Interest and Dividends section
• Click Show more and click Start next to Dividends on 1099-DIV.
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