Solved: My pension plan changed processors and the old processor sent me two 1099's with different amounts that total to the correct amount. Do I have to enter each separately? or can I total them and enter it once?
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My pension plan changed processors and the old processor sent me two 1099's with different amounts that total to the correct amount. Do I have to enter each separately? or can I total them and enter it once?

I actually have three 1099's since one is from the new processor.
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My pension plan changed processors and the old processor sent me two 1099's with different amounts that total to the correct amount. Do I have to enter each separately? or can I total them and enter it once?

You should enter each 1099-R separately. 

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My pension plan changed processors and the old processor sent me two 1099's with different amounts that total to the correct amount. Do I have to enter each separately? or can I total them and enter it once?

You should enter each 1099-R separately. 

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