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tmastros
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W-2

Why the amount of W-2 ON Wages,salaries does not tranfered to 1040 form?

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W-2

What year?  For 2018 the amount from W2 box 1 goes to 1040 line 1.  Is your 1040 line 1 too small?  Did you have more than 1 W2 and miss entering one?

tmastros
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W-2

2017

W-2

So for 2017 the W2 box 1 goes to 1040 line 7.  What's wrong with line 7?  Is it too much or too little?

tmastros
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W-2

2017 and i have only one w-2

W-2


@tmastros wrote:

2017 and i have only one w-2


Did you install the 2017 software on your computer?   2017 can ONLY be done with the CD/download version now since online of only for 2018.

 

What exactly, is the problem?

**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.**
tmastros
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W-2

I add all income and income from w2 does not transfer to 1040

IRS inform me that the amount from w2 is missing and of course i owe them money

and i know i enter everything from w2

tmastros
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W-2

the amount from w2 does not transfer to 1040

W-2

Did you import the W2 or take a picture or manually enter it into your return?  You are suppose to check your return before you file.

W-2


@tmastros wrote:

the amount from w2 does not transfer to 1040


You CANNOT import a W-2 in the 2017 program.   That only works for the current year - 2018.   You must manually enter the W-2 in the "Wages & Salaries" - W-2 section.

 

Is this a 2017 return already filed or are you trying to file 2017 now?

**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.**

W-2

They said the IRS is questioning it.

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