Solved: Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.
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Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

I want to make sure that it's good enough to input it in my business income, general, misc, etc.  When I input it there, everything looks good, then I later come to a section that asks if I have 1099 and 1099k income, which I do.  However, I answered "no" since I already included them in my general income.  Will that be a problem or flag me in any way?  Or, is turbo tax just being extra helpful and thorough by helping people to organize and not miss anything?

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Level 7

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

No. If you have entered Forms 1099 under the Business Income section, you do not need to re-enter that info in any other section. You are correct that TurboTax tries to be as helpful as possible in every situation.

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Level 7

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

No. If you have entered Forms 1099 under the Business Income section, you do not need to re-enter that info in any other section. You are correct that TurboTax tries to be as helpful as possible in every situation.

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New Member

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

Thank you so much.  But, it's not that I entered in every 1099 in the business section, I did include those numbers in my total income, so that's okay also right?  Thank you again.
Level 7

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

As long as you report all your income, you should be okay.
New Member

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

thank you, that's what I thought and hoped.
New Member

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

so it doesn't matter where it's inputted.
Level 7

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

You should try to enter the information in the appropriate sections in TurboTax for accuracy during the error review. But it doesn't matter to the IRS.
New Member

Do I have to input 1099 and 1099k income both in the general income section and later in the separate 1099 and 1099k section? I don't want to make a mistake.

thank you.
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