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I can't comment on the treatment of your dividend as ordinary income, but if that is the case then you can get it on the form.

I enter income here fairly often (for the % I save on buying company stock). If you go to the income section of TT you will get to a point where it asks for other income. You can enter the amount as well as the description.
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