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raincloud48
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If I am retired, and My 1099 forms are not asked for, where should I enter My 1099 info, I have extra money taken out, so I don't owe fed.taxes?

 
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MarilynG
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If I am retired, and My 1099 forms are not asked for, where should I enter My 1099 info, I have extra money taken out, so I don't owe fed.taxes?

You can enter your 1099-R for a retirement distribution you received, as follows:

Click on Federal on  the left-side black menu

Click on Wages & Income in the upper left corner 

On the Topic List titled 'Your Income', scroll down to Retirement Plans and Social Security > Show More

Choose Start next to IRA, 401k, Pension Plan Withdrawals (1099-R) .

 

Click this link for instructions on  How to Enter a 1099-R.

 

 

[Edited 03/20/2020 | 7:36 PM]

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MarilynG
Expert Alumni

If I am retired, and My 1099 forms are not asked for, where should I enter My 1099 info, I have extra money taken out, so I don't owe fed.taxes?

You can enter your 1099-R for a retirement distribution you received, as follows:

Click on Federal on  the left-side black menu

Click on Wages & Income in the upper left corner 

On the Topic List titled 'Your Income', scroll down to Retirement Plans and Social Security > Show More

Choose Start next to IRA, 401k, Pension Plan Withdrawals (1099-R) .

 

Click this link for instructions on  How to Enter a 1099-R.

 

 

[Edited 03/20/2020 | 7:36 PM]

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