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On line 61 0f my form 1040, I have the letters UT and a dollar

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On line 61 0f my form 1040, I have the letters "UT" and a dollar amount that is added to my tax from line 56 for a total S amount. What is "UT"?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Ed Johnson replied 7 years ago.

Dear Rodney,


Thanks for your question.


I am not understanding. My form 1040, line 61 is the total of lines 56 through 60, and it has no designation for codes such as UT.


You must mean the dotted line next to line 61 where the initials may be added for a particular tax. "UT" would be the code for uncollected taxes, particulary:


uncollected social security and medicare taxes on tips, group life insurance or RRTA tax.


this should be reflected in box 12, codes A, B, M, or N on form W-2.


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