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I need to disclose Tax treaty exemption amount on line 21 in Form1040. How I can do it?

 
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LinaJ2018
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I need to disclose Tax treaty exemption amount on line 21 in Form1040. How I can do it?

To enter the tax exempt amount in TurboTax online program, here are the instructions:

1.  Report your full income under the appropriate section. Then enter the treaty exempt amount as negative amount (e.g.          -5000) under Federal Taxes / Less Common Income / Miscellaneous Income 1099A, 1099C / Other Reportable                 Income

2.  Download and fill in a Form 8833 from IRS to claim an exception.  https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8833.pdf

3.  You cannot e-file.  You can still use the TurboTax program to prepare your tax forms, but you need to print them out            and submit by mail along with the form 8833. 

I need to disclose Tax treaty exemption amount on line 21 in Form1040. How I can do it?

Files with 8833 need to sent to TX IRS (instead of local IRS)?
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