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A possible translation, Turbo Tax asked for the Medicare payments when the SSA-1099 was entered and automatically included them as a medical insurance payment. Not realizing they were already included in the medical insurance payments, the OP entered the Medicare payments again as a medical deduction.

Thank you. Exactly. My medicare insurance payment was deducted twice because TT did not state they would deduct these payments automatically. So I had to amend my taxes. While going through State taxes, TurboTax got confused, kept saying I had this huge refund, when I did not. We went back over state taxes multiple times and could not get rid of this refund. My "helper" was not very knowledgeable, which did not help either. Like the "halt leading the blind" situation

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