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djt0698
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Can not input my 1099-INT and do not have a cell number. Can not input my alimony amount for 2023, no option

Let me input 1099-INT for another bank and always allowed to input alimony paid, I was divorced in 2012 so grand father in to write off.
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JotikaT2
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Can not input my 1099-INT and do not have a cell number. Can not input my alimony amount for 2023, no option

You can manually add your additional 1099-INT into TurboTax by following these steps.

 

Log back into TurboTax.

  1. Select Income & Expenses under the Federal Tab. 
  2. Scroll down to Investments and Savings and select revisit to the right of Interest on 1099-INT.
  3. Scroll down until you see the a box with plus sign and Add investments.  Select this box and you will be able to add your additional 1099-INT.

For your alimony income, since your agreement was before the changes in the tax laws, you will be able to enter this information as follows:

  1. Select Income & Expenses under the Federal Tab. 
  2. Scroll down to the section titled Less Common Income.
  3. Under this section, you will see Alimony income.  Select Start to the right of this section and enter the applicable information as prompted.
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