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bhvidding
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How can I delete a 1099 amount in Miscellaneous Income so I can post it as a 1099 NEC amount. My return has been rejected twice on this issue.

 
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ThomasM125
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How can I delete a 1099 amount in Miscellaneous Income so I can post it as a 1099 NEC amount. My return has been rejected twice on this issue.

You may be able to delete the form 1099-MISC by following these steps in TurboTax:

  1. Tax tools (on the left menu bar)
  2. Tools
  3. Delete a form

Find the form 1099 in the list and delete the form.

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bhvidding
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How can I delete a 1099 amount in Miscellaneous Income so I can post it as a 1099 NEC amount. My return has been rejected twice on this issue.

Answer did not help. I found the form on the Forms menu and deleted the form for miscellaneous income but the amount still showed up on the summary screen in the last section of income.  I refiled anyway hoping that deleting the form would work but it did not.  My returns were rejected again for the fourth time.  The reason for rejection is shown as duplicate 1099R s but I have checked several times and there is no duplication on my 1099Rs but there is in the 1099Misc and 1099NEC.  The 1099NEC is the correct one but I Turbo Tax will not allow me to delete the erroneous 1099Misc. State of Hawaii deadline is close on 4/20 and I am stuck with a junk Turbo Tax.

JeffreyR77
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How can I delete a 1099 amount in Miscellaneous Income so I can post it as a 1099 NEC amount. My return has been rejected twice on this issue.

If you are receiving rejection codes saying you have duplicate Form 1099-Rs, this is the source of your IRS rejections. 

 

If you are reviewing and not seeing duplicates, recommend you go  to Tools, Tax Tools, Delete a Form and verify there are no duplicates. 

 

If there are no duplicates, delete the 1099-Rs you have and re-add them. 

 

The reject codes from the IRS have nothing to do with your 1099-MISC or 1099-NEC.

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