I consolidated retirement accounts from multiple jobs into one traditional IRA account. Some 1099-R indicated in box 7 a G others noted a 7. Do these count as income?
If the amounts reported on the forms 1099-R coded 7 in box 7 were rolled over to the Traditional IRA, you should continue with the TurboTax interview which follows the entry of the 1099-R. At the page titled What did you do with the money? Check that you moved it to another retirement account and that you rolled it over to a Traditional IRA (see screenshot).
The amounts rolled over will be excluded from taxation.
When consolidating the retirement accounts, the 1099-R distribution code in Box 7 was G. The interview did not ask if the money was rolled over to a traditional IRA, just a Roth. Will the money be treated as income?
No, code G indicates a direct rollover, that is a rollover where the funds go from one bank to the other without a check being issued to you. The amount will appear on line 4a, but will not be added into your taxable income.
Or if it was from 401K accounts it will be on 1040 line 4c and say ROLLOVER by 4d.
The 1099R with Code 7. Did you get a check and deposit it in the new IRA Account within 60 days? Was there any taxes or withholding taken out?