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mike-sappington
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Self-Employed 401k doesn't appear as an option that I can find. Where do I enter contributions for 2017? Other answers I found reference selections that aren't present.

New SE 401k for 2017.  I can find entry points for SEP IRA, Keoghs, etc., but nothing labeled specifically with the type account I have set up.  Thanks
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PatriciaR
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Self-Employed 401k doesn't appear as an option that I can find. Where do I enter contributions for 2017? Other answers I found reference selections that aren't present.

Follow these steps to enter your self-employed 401k contributions:

·         Sign into your account and click Take me to my return

·         Using Search (upper right of program) search self-employed 401k (including the dash) and click the Jump to from results

·         Follow the TurboTax prompts to enter your self-employed 401k contributions

Click on screenshot below for details

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PatriciaR
New Member

Self-Employed 401k doesn't appear as an option that I can find. Where do I enter contributions for 2017? Other answers I found reference selections that aren't present.

Follow these steps to enter your self-employed 401k contributions:

·         Sign into your account and click Take me to my return

·         Using Search (upper right of program) search self-employed 401k (including the dash) and click the Jump to from results

·         Follow the TurboTax prompts to enter your self-employed 401k contributions

Click on screenshot below for details

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