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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.

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