When I entered the amount in question on the correct line on the SS Work sheet, TT figured I owe no additional taxes. I did not have enough medical expenses to reach the 7.5% of AGI. I think I will need to amend both federal and state taxes. There's no need to amend anything. (The only reason to amend was if properly showing the Medicare premiums on Schedule A lowered your taxable income.)If I understand fully, you claimed your Medicare premiums as tax withheld, and you have a bill for that amount plus interest. Just sign it and send it back with your check in the amount they're asking for. No need to do anything with the state.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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