how to file 1099-r with code g

Why is the rollover of an IRA to a another regular IRA code G in box 7 added to my income?  Do I need to file this 1099-r?
    You must file all 1099-Rs that you get.
    All distributions must be reported, so Turbotax shows the distribution in the Your Income summary. That does not mean that it is being taxed or that it affects your return in any way. The code "G" tells Turbotax how to handle it.
    When you print your return you will see the distribution on Line 15a with the word "ROLLOVER" next to it and you will not see it on Line 15b. Only an amount on Line 15b affects your tax.
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