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Carolemb43
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I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

Should I have a 1099R from Bank of America if I have accounts there?
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Carolemb43
Returning Member

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

I did not work for wages last year and mistakenly put that retirement income amount in my page a s Wages.

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xmasbaby0
Level 15

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

A 1099R is a document you receive if you took money out of a retirement account or if you received income from a pension or annuity.   It has nothing to do with your mortgage.

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Carolemb43
Returning Member

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

I mistakenly listed my retirement income for Wages and Income.  I did not work for Wages, so they doubled the amount of $32689.44 twice to say I made some $78,000 last year.  Please correct that for me.

Carolemb43
Returning Member

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

I did not work for wages last year and mistakenly put that retirement income amount in my page a s Wages.

xmasbaby0
Level 15

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

@Carolemb43 No one has access to your account or your tax return.   No one can make corrections for you.    You have to make your own corrections.

 

If you have NOT e-filed yet, then delete the data you entered as a W-2.    If you  received a 1099R then it has to be entered as follows:

 

To enter your retirement income, Go to  Federal> Wages and Income>Retirement Plans and Social Security>IRA  401 k) Pension Plan Withdrawals to enter your 1099R.

 

 

If you already e-filed with this error, you have to wait for the return to be fully processed and then amend the return.

 

Did you e-file?

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Mike9241
Level 15

I do not have a 1099R from Bank of America, just the mortgage interest statement No. 1098

if you already filed and it was accepted, you'll have to file an amended return. expect it to take  4 to 6 months t process. 

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