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lastuntaken
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Have W2 for nontaxable sick pay. Entered block 12a 13, &14 info from W2, but TT repeats request to review. Why? Got code 956 469 while typing this.

identifying info for payer and payee also entered, other blocks are blank. How do I get past TT request to review and continue return?
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GloriaL
Expert Alumni

Have W2 for nontaxable sick pay. Entered block 12a 13, &14 info from W2, but TT repeats request to review. Why? Got code 956 469 while typing this.

If your W2 has an empty Box 1 and has a figure in Box 12 Code J (third party sick pay), then it is not required for you to include this W2 with your tax return.  

 

Third party sick pay (Code J) is not taxable. Your employer is required to create the W2, but it is not necessary for you to file it.  

 

Also, if you try to submit a W2 with a $0.00 in Box 1, the IRS will reject your e-file.

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GloriaL
Expert Alumni

Have W2 for nontaxable sick pay. Entered block 12a 13, &14 info from W2, but TT repeats request to review. Why? Got code 956 469 while typing this.

If your W2 has an empty Box 1 and has a figure in Box 12 Code J (third party sick pay), then it is not required for you to include this W2 with your tax return.  

 

Third party sick pay (Code J) is not taxable. Your employer is required to create the W2, but it is not necessary for you to file it.  

 

Also, if you try to submit a W2 with a $0.00 in Box 1, the IRS will reject your e-file.

lastuntaken
Level 1

Have W2 for nontaxable sick pay. Entered block 12a 13, &14 info from W2, but TT repeats request to review. Why? Got code 956 469 while typing this.

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