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c-heinrici59
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I have more than 1 W-2 forms

 
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Lakeisha
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I have more than 1 W-2 forms

Here is more information on entering Multiple W2s

Please follow the steps below to enter the additional W-2's in TurboTax Online:

  • Sign into your Online account.
  • Go to Federal Taxes.
  • Then Wages and Income
  • Under "Your Income" click Edit/Add next to your first W-2 entry.
  • You will then see a page that says "Here's your W-2 information.
  • Scroll down to the box that says "Add another W-2", click and enter the additional W-2.
  • Repeat the last step for each additional W-2.
  • I hope this helps

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JudyTR
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I have more than 1 W-2 forms

Are you asking how to add the 2 W-2?
2020wash
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I have more than 1 W-2 forms

Yes
Lakeisha
New Member

I have more than 1 W-2 forms

Here is more information on entering Multiple W2s

Please follow the steps below to enter the additional W-2's in TurboTax Online:

  • Sign into your Online account.
  • Go to Federal Taxes.
  • Then Wages and Income
  • Under "Your Income" click Edit/Add next to your first W-2 entry.
  • You will then see a page that says "Here's your W-2 information.
  • Scroll down to the box that says "Add another W-2", click and enter the additional W-2.
  • Repeat the last step for each additional W-2.
  • I hope this helps

mistybug1975
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I have more than 1 W-2 forms

Yes if you decide to use this service, you will be charged a one time fee, however, this will not change your refund as long as you answer everything to the best of your knowledge.

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