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Subject: Re: 2009 Tax Exempt Interest Entered as Tax Exem Date: 4/6/2011 11:28 AM
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Thank you Phil and Ira!

I checked the pdf copy and the number is on the right line.

I can no longer remember clearly, but I think I downloaded the data from Fidelity and let TTax put it into the 'right' place. This year's program seems to make a big difference between "tax exempt interest" and "tax exempt dividends." It took some careful attention to direct the number to the right place, but the 2010 value is in Box 8 on the Form 1099INT Worksheet.

Thanks again for helping me navigate the arcana of our IRS forms.

baumgrenze
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