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Do I need to report workers' comp?

SOLVEDby TurboTax1844Updated December 23, 2021

Workers' compensation up to the amount you deducted for medical expenses related to the claim should be reported as income.

If you didn't deduct medical expenses related to the claim, then don't include workers comp in your income.

Wages or retirement plan benefits received count as income.

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