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Are you using turbo tax online?
Are you using the CD?
The reason I'm asking is because it is different
You will need to do the following
In the search box you will type SSA-1099
and after that all you need to is enter the information
the form will be there for you as soon as you type SSA-1099 and click search
Try it and let me know if it works, I will be here waiting.
it comes up but it doesn't tell me what to do with multiple ones
i take that back it says if you have more than one add them up but I have one and he has one
do I add my box 5 with his box 5?
His SSA in 2011 was $12084?
yes and mine was 24,186
his in his name as is mine in my name
when he was a minor it showed up in my name for him
Is he disable?
no I am 100%. The disability insurance I have had me file to have SS pay instead of them carrying it all
it would be nice if it was his becasue then it would be tax free
But the SSA is on his name?
SSi payments are not taxable
in his name this year because he turned 18 in September. In the past it was in my name receiving for him...
Are those SSI? Suplemental social security income? if those payments are SSI are not taxable
i dont think so
no the literature says no SSI was imncluded
Let me opt out for another expert to help I have to leave my office right now and I want you to get the help you need, please give a minute!
Its called social security benefit statement
i'm going to bed
Hi and welcome to Just Answer!
That is not Supplemental Security Income - because Supplemental Security Income is not reported on form 1099SSA.
That is Social Security benefits paid to your dependent son because of your disability.
These benefits are paid and reported on your son's name and with his SSN - so that is his income - not yours - and you do not need to report that income on your income tax return.
If your son files his income tax return - that income would be reported. However if that is his only income - Supplemental Security benefits are not taxable - and your son is not required to file his tax return.
Let me know if you need any help.