Please see this answer from BMcCalpin:
Form 8889 reports on your HSA (Health Savings Account) contributions and distributions. It is generated automatically by TurboTax based on answers in the HSA interview and on your W-2, and attached to your 1040 tax return.
If you have a code of W in box 12 on your W-2, then you have an HSA and must add form 8889 to your return.
Even if you do not, but have a 1099-SA, then you should do this by going to Federal->Deductions & Credits->Medical->HSA, MSA Contributions, and completing the interview. Be sure to go to the very end, to where you are returned to "Your Tax Breaks".
Line 2: HSA contributions you made for 2020 (or those made on your behalf), including those made from January 1, 2021, through April 15, 2021, that were for 2020. Do not include employer contributions, contributions through a cafeteria plan, or rollovers. You will be asked your contribution amount.
Employer contributions made to your HSAs for 2020: This is on your W-2.
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As ColleenD3 explained, you must visit the HSA section of TurboTax and enter as a personal contribution the amount that Fidelity deposited on your behalf. TurboTax prepares Form 8889 from the information that you provide here and from the entry you make in box 12 of TurboTax's W-2 form. There is no way in online TurboTax to make entries directly on Form 8889, nor should you want to since doing so would void TurboTax's accuracy guarantee with respect to the calculations on that form.
Federal -> Deductions & Credits -> Medical -> HSA, MSA Contributions
Ok, Thanks. (understood).. I'll try this route again: Federal->Deductions & Credits->Medical->HSA, MSA Contributions,....... I do not recall seeing a way to enter data that would end up on Line #9. But, I'll give it another try.