Received 1099-INT for interest earned on delinquent CHILD SUPPORT. Do I have to claim that on my federal and/or state taxes?
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Received 1099-INT for interest earned on delinquent CHILD SUPPORT. Do I have to claim that on my federal and/or state taxes?

 
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Received 1099-INT for interest earned on delinquent CHILD SUPPORT. Do I have to claim that on my federal and/or state taxes?

Interest earned on delinquent child support is taxable. You must enter the form 1099-INT you receive in TurboTax.

In TurboTax, open your return and follow these steps:

  • Click on Federal in the left-hand column, then on Wages and Income on top of the screen
  • Scroll down to All Income, locate the Interest and Dividends section
  • Click Show more and click Start next to Interest on 1099-INT (see attached screenshot).

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