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caarndt91
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I did not contribute to my hsa but my employer did. Do i include this in my 1099 form?

 
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PaulaM
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I did not contribute to my hsa but my employer did. Do i include this in my 1099 form?

If your employer contributed to your HSA, then the contribution will be reported on form W-2. Entering the form W-2 is all you need to do to record the HSA contribution made by an employer.

If you received a 1099-SA for distributions from your HSA, then enter this form in TurboTax. To enter in TurboTax:

  • In your open return, select My Account
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  • Topic Search
  • Type '1099-SA' in the box, then select GO

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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I did not contribute to my hsa but my employer did. Do i include this in my 1099 form?

If your employer contributed to your HSA, then the contribution will be reported on form W-2. Entering the form W-2 is all you need to do to record the HSA contribution made by an employer.

If you received a 1099-SA for distributions from your HSA, then enter this form in TurboTax. To enter in TurboTax:

  • In your open return, select My Account
  • Tools
  • Topic Search
  • Type '1099-SA' in the box, then select GO

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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