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Claim disability income

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Level 15

Claim disability income

Three words makes it hard to guess exactly what you want to know, but here are some guesses for you.


Social Security disability?

Do not try to enter your SSA1099  or RR1099RB as a W-2.  Go to Federal> Wages & Income>>Retirement Plans and Social Security  (SSA1099 and 1099RRB) to enter your SSA1099.


Some other kind of disability income?

Disability Income

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New Member

Claim disability income

Where do I find the place to file my 1099 disability income 


Expert Alumni

Claim disability income

All SSA-1099 forms get entered in the same place:

  1. Open (continue) your return in TurboTax if it's not already open.
  2. In TurboTax, search for the term social security benefits and then select the Jump to link at the top of your search results.
  3. On the Social Security Benefits screen, answer Yes and select Continue.
  4. Check the first box, then enter the amounts from your form(s) where indicated.
    • If you received multiple SSA-1099s, add up the amounts for each box and enter them together.
    • Do not include SSA-1099s for dependents. Those should be reported on the dependent's return, but only if they are required to file a return (this is uncommon).
  5. Select Continue and follow the onscreen instructions.

We'll calculate what portion, if any, of your Social Security benefits are taxable.



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Level 1

Claim disability income

I understand disability income from the state of Ohio PERS is not taxable on the state return How do I report it?

Expert Alumni

Claim disability income

Do you mean the Ohio Retirement Income Credit


You must meet these requirements.

  • Your adjusted gross income less exemptions is less than $100,000;
  • You received retirement benefits, annuities, or distributions that were made from a pension, retirement, or profit sharing plan;
  • You received this income because you have retired;
  • This income is included in your Ohio adjusted gross income.
  • You cannot have taken a lump-sum retirement income credit.

In the Ohio tax return, under Take a look at Ohio credits and taxes, choose Retirement income credit.

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