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What AGI should I enter if I'm recently divorced or widowed?

SOLVEDby TurboTax376Updated December 30, 2021

Enter the full adjusted gross income (AGI) amount from last year's return, even if your former or late spouse earned 100% of the income. Don't allocate or split the AGI, as this will cause a rejection.

If you didn’t file last year and you’re in TurboTax, just tell us you didn’t file last year when we ask you. But if you’ve already entered a number for your AGI, manually enter 0 instead.

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