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kamaaina1
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Reporting non-taxable income

how to submit 1040 schedule 1
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macuser_22
Level 15

Reporting non-taxable income

What type of non-taxable income?    What form is it reported to you on?

**Disclaimer: This post is for discussion purposes only and is NOT tax advice. The author takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any information in this post.**
kamaaina1
New Member

Reporting non-taxable income

Reported on W-2.  My wife is a individual provider which income is non-taxable.  I believe I'm suppose to enter amount on 1040, and schedule 1, then duduct on line eight.  Can't find chedule 1 on turbotax.

  Thank you!

kamaaina1
New Member

Reporting non-taxable income

More info:

IRS Notice 2014-7, Difficulty of Care Payments Excludable from Income

If you are an Individual Provider who lives with your client, the income you earn for providing care services can be excluded from your federal income taxes.

 

Individual Providers are eligible for the Difficulty of Care income exclusion if the Provider lives with the DSHS client in the same household. This means that the wages earned by an IP for providing personal care to a DSHS client who they live with are excluded from the IP’s income for income tax purposes.

The Difficulty of Care income exclusion applies only to personal care services and relief care,[1] which are listed separately on year end W2 earning statements.  The exclusion does not apply to payments made for respite care[2], skills acquisition training, travel time, required trainings, or paid time off.  The exclusion does not apply to payments you receive directly from your clients, which are known as “client participation” amounts. 

macuser_22
Level 15

Reporting non-taxable income


@kamaaina1 wrote:

More info:

IRS Notice 2014-7, Difficulty of Care Payments Excludable from Income

If you are an Individual Provider who lives with your client, the income you earn for providing care services can be excluded from your federal income taxes.

 

Individual Providers are eligible for the Difficulty of Care income exclusion if the Provider lives with the DSHS client in the same household. This means that the wages earned by an IP for providing personal care to a DSHS client who they live with are excluded from the IP’s income for income tax purposes.

The Difficulty of Care income exclusion applies only to personal care services and relief care,[1] which are listed separately on year end W2 earning statements.  The exclusion does not apply to payments made for respite care[2], skills acquisition training, travel time, required trainings, or paid time off.  The exclusion does not apply to payments you receive directly from your clients, which are known as “client participation” amounts. 


If you qualify then you simply do not enter the income at all since it is "excluded".

**Disclaimer: This post is for discussion purposes only and is NOT tax advice. The author takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any information in this post.**
kamaaina1
New Member

Reporting non-taxable income

Tried that the last two tax years.  No-go.  Got called out by the IRS for missing income.  Finally worked it out through snail-mail with IRS with paid CPA advice. 

  A11. You should include the full amount of the payments reported in box 1 of Form W-2 as wages on line 1 of Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR. You should then subtract the excludable portion of the amount in box 1 on Schedule 1, line 8, “Other income,” of Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR. If you have other income reportable on Schedule 1, line 8, you should enter the net amount after subtracting the amount excludable from gross income under Notice 2014-7 from the other amounts reportable on Schedule 1, line 8. You may need to enter a negative amount on Schedule 1, line 8, if you have no other income reportable on Schedule 1, line 8, or if the amount of other income you must report on Schedule 1, line 8 is less than the amount excludable from gross income. You should write “Notice 2014-7” on the dotted line for Schedule 1, line 8, if you file a paper return, or enter “Notice 2014-7” on Schedule 1, line 8 for an electronically filed return.

DanielV01
Employee Tax Expert

Reporting non-taxable income

@kamaaina1 If you follow the instructions in the following link, the Schedule 1 will print automatically:  Regarding Medicaid Waiver Payment 2014-7 and Earne...

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