Solved: I received both windows benefits (under my husbands social) and Social security (under my social) during 2016 and have 2 ssa-1099 forms. How do I claim the windows 1099?
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I received both windows benefits (under my husbands social) and Social security (under my social) during 2016 and have 2 ssa-1099 forms. How do I claim the windows 1099?

 
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I received both windows benefits (under my husbands social) and Social security (under my social) during 2016 and have 2 ssa-1099 forms. How do I claim the windows 1099?

Yes, you need to report both benefits on your tax return.

In TurboTax, you add the amounts in box 5 of your two forms and enter the total under Federal Taxes > Wages & Income > Retirement Plans and Social Security.

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I received both windows benefits (under my husbands social) and Social security (under my social) during 2016 and have 2 ssa-1099 forms. How do I claim the windows 1099?

Yes, you need to report both benefits on your tax return.

In TurboTax, you add the amounts in box 5 of your two forms and enter the total under Federal Taxes > Wages & Income > Retirement Plans and Social Security.

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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