where to put my 1099 and a 1099-G

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Hello trinadietrich, this is how you would enter a 1099-G:

Go to the Federal Taxes Tab (At the top of the page)
Next select Wages and Income
Then choose the "Explore on my own" option
Scroll down the page until you come to the Unemployment section
Now (Click Start or Update) next to Government benefits on Form 1099-G

What type is your other 1099?

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    where do i add 1099 misc.
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      larrymoore, this is how you would enter a 1099-MISC:

      Go to the Federal Taxes Tab (At the top of the page)
      Next select Wages and Income
      Then choose the "Explore on my own" option
      Scroll down the page until you come to the Other Common Income section
      Now (Click Start or Update) next to Income from Form 1099-MISC 
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        bobbiegene, this is how you would enter an SSA-1099:

        Go to the Federal Taxes Tab (At the top of the page)
        Next select Wages and Income
        Then choose the "Explore on my own" option
        Scroll down the page until you come to the Retirement Plans and Social Security section
        Now (Click Start or Update) next to Social Security (SSA-1099, RRB-1099) 
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