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OMB 1545-0008

I am retired and live in Washington, State. We only file Federal Taxes as  WA State has no state taxes.

Last year, 2023, we received from Amazon, a claim settlement for temp work that I did for Amazon in Oregon some years ago. We received a form OMB-1545-0008 from the claims settlement fund for income received in Oregon ( which does have a state tax) ) I purchased from Intuit, an Oregon State tax reporting form, however, there is no allocation for reporting this " income" on this state tax form??

 

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JulieS
Employee Tax Expert

OMB 1545-0008

Yes, OMB-1545-0008 is the document number for the IRS version of Form W-2, so you should be able to enter this form in the W-2 section of TurboTax. 

 

To edit your W-2 in TurboTax Online:

 

  1. Open you return.
  2. Select Federal, then Wages & Income.
  3. To the right of Job (W-2), select Edit/ Add.
  4. Expand the section by selecting the down arrow to the right
  5. Select Add W-2.
  6. Enter your W-2 information here, then select Continue.
  7. Select Continue to return to the Wages & Income screen.

 

When you do your Oregon Non-resident tax return, the wages and state income tax withheld will transfer to your state return. 

 

 

 

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