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toycarl-jackie
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On my pension check is included income money pretax for Medicare B, where do I include that on the return

the money on my 1099 says it is non taxable income, but they are giving it to me for medicare B which they take out of my Social Security check and is included as a deduction on my social security statement

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MarilynG
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On my pension check is included income money pretax for Medicare B, where do I include that on the return

The Part B premiums deducted from your Social Security income shown on 1099-SSA are automatically included in Medical Expenses in TurboTax.

If your 1099-R shows medical insurance premiums as a payment, you are correct that this is non-taxable income.

In the Medical Expenses section, you will be asked if you received a reimbursement for any of your expenses.  You can enter the amount of insurance premiums that you were paid back by your pension.

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