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What does line DD mean on my tax return?

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I have a line DD with a dollar amount next to it. I read that it’s not taxable. I was just wondering if I’m able to get any of that back or not…

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  1. tro on Jan 26, 2013 Reply

    if this is in Box #12, it is probably already considered in Box # 1
    if line #14, it has nothing to do with claiming anything on your tax return

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  2. A Hunch on Jan 26, 2013 Reply

    It’s the amount that was paid for your health insurance for 2012. It’s a meaningless field in 2012. It will be used for the Affordable Healthcare Act in 2014.

    To understand the field – this is the TOTAL that was paid for your health insurance (both employer and employee contribution). The field can include only health insurance or health/dental/vision, based on company policy.
    = not if you have health, dental, vision = it includes. the company actually gets to decide if it includes only health or all 3.

    If you have ever been curious about what % your employer contributes, now you can figure it out.

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  3. Willie J on Jan 26, 2013 Reply

    It is a new requirement from the IRS and it is not taxable.

    DD—Cost of employer-sponsored health coverage. The amount
    reported with Code DD is not taxable.

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