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dillon73
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?

I'm not sure if I should just leave the field blank.  And what about the amount that would not be applicable, either?  Put 0.00 or leave it blank?
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Belling
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?

Any boxes that are not applicable to you, simply leave blank. You will only enter $0.00 into an area if $0.00 actually is showing on the form that you are entering into TurboTax. If in fact it is actually blank, then you should leave it blank in TurboTax as well.

dillon73
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?

Thanks, Belling!
Belling
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?

Very welcome, glad to assist.
aw230012
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?

What if the TurboTax is forcing you to provide a value? I've seen numerous times TurboTax reads if blank leave it blank, but then in the final steps during verification you can't leave it blank to continue.

macuser_22
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Should I enter "NA" into a field to indicate "Not "Applicable" where that would apply?


@aw230012 wrote:

What if the TurboTax is forcing you to provide a value? I've seen numerous times TurboTax reads if blank leave it blank, but then in the final steps during verification you can't leave it blank to continue.


Depends on the form.  What form and line on that form are you referring to?

**Disclaimer: This post is for discussion purposes only and is NOT tax advice. The author takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any information in this post.**
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