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Where do I put the info from a line of duty injury which is tax exempt income

It shows up on the W2 as LODI with the amount.

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Where do I put the info from a line of duty injury which is tax exempt income

You do not need to enter any additional information for your Line of Duty Injury pay.  It is already dealt with on your Form W-2. 

Your Line of Duty Injury pay is treated as a pre-tax amount, which means it was deducted from your total wages before the calculation of taxes to be withheld.  It is not included in your Box 1 wages. 

 " LoDI will reduce Gross wages and FICA wages

for all days an employee is out on LoDI ."

 This is taken from the New York City website, but the facts would be the same for any Line of Duty injury pay.  You can find this information by clicking here.  It is contained in paragraph O on page 2.


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Where do I put the info from a line of duty injury which is tax exempt income

You do not need to enter any additional information for your Line of Duty Injury pay.  It is already dealt with on your Form W-2. 

Your Line of Duty Injury pay is treated as a pre-tax amount, which means it was deducted from your total wages before the calculation of taxes to be withheld.  It is not included in your Box 1 wages. 

 " LoDI will reduce Gross wages and FICA wages

for all days an employee is out on LoDI ."

 This is taken from the New York City website, but the facts would be the same for any Line of Duty injury pay.  You can find this information by clicking here.  It is contained in paragraph O on page 2.


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