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vetteldy
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I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

 
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VolvoGirl
Level 15

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

All versions can handle those.
vetteldy
New Member

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

are you an employee of Turbo Tax or is that just your opinion?  Just curious
vetteldy
New Member

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

You can't use the free edition and deduct interest paid on a mortgage
VolvoGirl
Level 15

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

No I am not an employee.  But it is not just my opinion but a fact.  You can even enter all those into the Online Free Edition .  What problem are you having?

And if you are using the Desktop program as indicated on your post, all the Desktop versions have all the same forms.  You just get more help in the higher versions.
VolvoGirl
Level 15

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

Oh sorry.  I was thinking of a 1098 for education tuition and student loans.
vetteldy
New Member

I have a 1099R, two 5498, two 1099 INT, 1098, and a 1099G. Which Turbo tax should I be using?

I asked because I have used Turbo Tax for the last 10 years, recently retired so I have different forms than I usually have. No need to get defensive

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