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My wife did not work entire year due to work related injurie. She received monthly checks and no state or federal taxes were deducted. Do we need to report that as income

Only Medicare and oassdi was deducted 
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Vanessa A
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My wife did not work entire year due to work related injurie. She received monthly checks and no state or federal taxes were deducted. Do we need to report that as income

Who were the monthly checks from?

SSDI?  If so, then you should have received a 1099-SSA.  You will enter this as by selecting the following:

  • Income
  • Your Retirement
  • Start next to 1099-SSA, social security

Was it from an employer sponsored disability plan, where they paid for the plan?  If so, she should have received a W-2 from the company making the payments.  This would be entered by selecting Income>>W2 wages

 

Was this from a personal plan that you paid the premiums on?  If so, the monthly payments would not be taxable income. 

 

Disability 

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