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03-10-2018 07:19 PM
I am married filing separately. I marked I have not lived with my husband in 2017. I have not lived with him since before 2008. Income under 20,000 which includes social security income. The program is saying 400 of my social security is taxable. according to IRS Publication 915 none of my social security income should be taxable since my income is under 25,000. How do I delete the 400 off my form in this program
03-11-2018 01:55 PM
It's my understanding, as well, that none of your SS income should be taxable given the info you've provided. Unfortunately, I don't know how to get the program to recognize this. Can you right click on the value on the form and see where the value is coming from?
03-12-2018 05:33 PM - edited 03-12-2018 05:34 PM
If I right click on it nothing happens. It does show the letter D which indicates I did not live with my spouse for the entire year. I have tried to delete it but it won't let me delete the amount it is showing as taxable. Any other suggestions? Thanks
03-12-2018 06:17 PM
How do we notify H&R block that there is a problem with their desk top program. This could cause big problems for other people that do not have to pay tax on their social security. Just wondering and maybe they can correct it so I can get my taxes filed.