I see the problem. The best thing I can suggest is to leave out the MIP when you are filling out your forms
for the W-2s
, MAKE A NOTE YOU DID SO, then when you are finished entering the W-2's, go back and manually override/plug in the MIP amount directly on the tax return
form itself within Turbotax. Make sure you do this before adding extra items to ensure accuracy and Turbotax doesn't get confused. If you can't get that to work, for someone, try taking it in to a local
, and just ask for help with that part. most likely the preparer will do it for free. Unfortunately, i cannot do it as i do not have physical access to your forms.
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