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augiedogmoo
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I can't get the worksheet for ssa-1099-sm income

 
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AndreaC1
Level 9

I can't get the worksheet for ssa-1099-sm income

Any SSA-1099 form, regardless of the suffix, gets entered the same way. So this applies to entering any SSA-1099, SSA-1099-SM, or SSA-1099-R-OP1. And if you are using TurboTax online version, you are not able to view the worksheet since Forms Mode is only available in the desktop version of the product. 

  • Sign into your TurboTax account, see your Tax Timeline, and click the orange Take me to my return button
  • Using the Search box in the upper right corner of the screen, type SSA-1099 and then click on Jump to SSA-1099, which is the first item in the search results.
  • Select Yeslet's work on Social Security benefits and click Continue.
  • Check the first box, Form SSA-1099.
  • Enter the amounts for yourself and/or your jointly-filing spouse, if they received an SSA-1099 also.
    • SSA-1099s for your children and other dependents are not to be reported on your return. They should report it on their own return, but only if they're required to file a return for some other reason (this is uncommon).
  • Then click Continue.

TurboTax will automatically calculate what portion, if any, of your Social Security benefits are taxable.  

andrew_campagnol
Level 2

I can't get the worksheet for ssa-1099-sm income

And for us poor slobs that use the desktop CD version of Turbo Tax? Where does SSA-1099 get entered?

JohnB5677
Employee Tax Expert

I can't get the worksheet for ssa-1099-sm income

To enter the SSA 1099 go to:

  1. The INCOME section
  2. I'll choose what I work on
  3. Scroll down to Retirement Plans and Social Security
  4. Select Social Security (SSA-1099, RRB-1099)
  5. Proceed to enter your information
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