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Where to enter non taxable income from a Worker's Comp claim

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He received a check for $17,008.00  but no 1099. Where should it be entered?

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Level 11

Workers Compensation is not taxable. 

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Level 15

Better question than *where* is why do you think it needs to be entered?

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nowhere on a tax return.

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Well, actually, there's that place for adding nontaxable income when computing the allowable "Tables" amount for sales tax.  If the taxpayer is itemizing.  And doesn't claim state income tax instead.  And doesn't already have $10K of SALT deductions.