On my W-2 box 1 and 2 are blank, what do I put in turbo for wages? I have SS wages and medicare wages, do those go there?

    Wow!  You have a W-2 already?

    Anyhow...I kinda wonder what your situation is.  Might happen for Military folks with all combat pay for 2010, or others where pretax deductions equal total pay.  

    Just leave the boxes empty.  (actually, turbotax puts a zero in box 1 if you do this...so you could put in a zero in box 1)
    Anyhow.  SS wages go in box 3, and medicare wages in box 5.  SS taxes in box 4 and Medicare taxes in box 6.
    But Really...this should be obvious if you have your W-2 since the W-2 numbers each appropriate box and you just repeat the entires into turbotax.

    Then you would have to have a box 12 entry code and $$ amount which describes the $$ amount that was put into some pretax account or was combat pay.   Likely it equalled the box 3 and 5 amounts, but there could be multiple allocations/codes depending on your situation.
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