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johhar23
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I had a 401k rollover into another plan but I can’t proceed because it is looking for how much I received, which was zero.

 
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ColeenD3
Employee Tax Expert

I had a 401k rollover into another plan but I can’t proceed because it is looking for how much I received, which was zero.

If there is a Code G, you don't have to do anything else. It is not taxable. If you took the money and rolled it over, you will encounter a question in the interview section asking what you did with the money. If your returned to to another retirement account within 60 days, indicate that on the screen.

 

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dmertz
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I had a 401k rollover into another plan but I can’t proceed because it is looking for how much I received, which was zero.

Enter the Form 1099-R exactly as received.  Do not make any modifications to the amounts in any of the boxes.

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