Getting ready to efile - turbo indicates on Fidelity's 1099R (both) that amount shown on box 14, state tax w/h can't be greater than what is in box 16 State Distribution. The boxes on both 1099R are empty. I checked prior years and the same holds true.............HELP
@nztsv8vix It makes sense that the tax can't be greater than the distribution. In your case, both zero, should not be a problem. I suggest you go back and edit your 1099-R forms and just delete the zeroes. Blank boxes should not calculate in the formula.
To edit 1099-R:
- You can sign in to your return.
- Go to Federal,
- Wages and Income.
- Scroll down to Retirement Plans
- Edit the 1099-R.
1099-R is for retirement information. There have been no changes to the form or instructions this year. See:
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