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Author: Easter2012 Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 120826  
Subject: 1099-MISC & HSA Date: 4/13/2012 7:08 PM
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Thank you to those who have been helping me. I appreciate the advice.

I have the online version of TT, which is now paid for. Is there any way to access the forms now, as opposed to working in the Q & A mode?

I am able to view my return and the supporting documents. Although I listed "Nominee of (my husband's law firm and EIN)" under "Description" of his business expense, I cannot determine where this information is now found. I thought it would be on the Schedule C itself, but I do not see it there.

Another question I have pertains to HSA. We have one, but the only contributions that were made to it were by my husband's employer. Do I understand correctly that it is pointless to share this info with TT since I cannot claim a tax deduction on contributions made by an employer? Somehow TT has listed the amount in our HSA of $639 as "Less Common Income." Do I need to go into the program and delete this information all together? I think I entered it once, before I understood the issue, and somehow did not manage to delete it.
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