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lwj1321
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I received 1099-R's for 2016 distributions which included two direct transfers to MI State Univ (non-taxable). How do I handle this situation in TurboTax?

 
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IsabellaG
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I received 1099-R's for 2016 distributions which included two direct transfers to MI State Univ (non-taxable). How do I handle this situation in TurboTax?

If you mean that you made a direct charitable contribution of your Required Minimum Distribution  from your 1099-R, After you enter your 1099-R , you will reach a screen: Transfer to Charity? where you can indicate that all or part of the distribution was directly transferred to a qualified charitable organization. See the screenshot below.

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IsabellaG
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I received 1099-R's for 2016 distributions which included two direct transfers to MI State Univ (non-taxable). How do I handle this situation in TurboTax?

If you mean that you made a direct charitable contribution of your Required Minimum Distribution  from your 1099-R, After you enter your 1099-R , you will reach a screen: Transfer to Charity? where you can indicate that all or part of the distribution was directly transferred to a qualified charitable organization. See the screenshot below.

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