avoid paying tax on ira withdrawal

If I am disabled, do I still have to pay tax on an early partial withdrawal of my ira?  If so, where do I list it?
    Withdrawals from traditional IRAs are *always* subject to *regular* income tax; disability only excuses the 10% early-withdrawal penalty.

    If 1099-R Box 7 has a distribution code of 3 (disability), TurboTax won't assess the penalty.  Otherwise, near the end of the Federal section is a page on "other taxes"; go to the section on the early-withdrawal penalty (Form 5329) and indicate you're exempt due to disability.
      What if they didn;t check disabled but you have 7K in medical deductions. efile said their was no tax if you had medical expenses and it didn't exceed it.
        Again, this only refers to the 10% early penalty.  And only the medical in excess of 7.5 % of adjusted gross counts.
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