I don't understand your question. Did you have an excess 401(k) contribution.
If you received 1099-Rs for an excess 2019 contribution see the answer in Incorrect code in 2019 1099-R box 7.
No, I do not have excess contribution, though the 403 (b) contribution amount is over the typical IRS limit of $19,500 plus $6,500 for the catch up, because I contributed more via a 5%employee/ 9% employer match plan. Because the University I work for has a mandatory rule after 5 years of working, those contributions no longer count towards IRS limits. This IRS rule is called the TAMRA rule. I have heard that self-filings like turbo tax are not built to understand these exceptions, and the program is telling me that I overcontributed by $4200. I need to make some sort of adjustment, possibly by manually entering the W-2 information, which I had imported. The question then is where and what do I manually adjust., and can I do this on the on-line TurboTax or do I need to do it off line, where I can access all the forms?
I have this exact same situation. TurboTax is telling me I over contributed, but in fact, according to IRS law (TAMRA) I did not.
I'm not sure how to get TurboTax fixed on this. I haven't paid the extra money for "Live" - I'm just hoping that the software can be fixed to correctly report the information?
I followed the advice of a friend who is a live help person, which is basically ignore it. The message is an alert, which you don't need to respond to. IRS knows the tax law and will process properly.