My only income is from ssi and ssa total of $803 a month, i do not think i have to file taxes if I am not mistaken, however I do have $944 in a IRA account that I have not touched, it has just been sitting there for a couple years now, basically my question is this IRA was reported in my 2018 taxes when I was working, do I need to report this again for 2019? Also can I go thru the process of "doing" my taxes with turbotax if I do not have any W-2s so i can get to the home heat credit portion since I am not sure how to fill out the form on my own. Thank you
Why did you report the IRA last Year? Did you get a 1099R for it? You only need to report distributions of rollovers. How old are you? If you are 70 1/2 you need to take out the RMD required minimum distribution each year.
Ty for responding VolvoGirl, I am 41, and yes it was rolled over from a previous job 401k, and I did get a 1099r form but it did not seem to make any difference regarding my taxes since I guess it was just a traditional IRA and had not been touched.
Yes I figured, I guess my main concern was doing the michigan Home heat credit part since I paid $466 last year, and I remember when I did my taxes last year turbotax helped me by calculating everything and giving me $320 to be applied to my heating company. But since I do not have any w-2s this year I am basically trying to figure out if I can go thru the motions thru turbotax to get to that form so it can calculate everything.