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|Column A (yourself)||Column B (your spouse)|
|1||Enter total disability pay you received during this tax year||1||1|
|Excludable disability pay (see instructions)|
|2||Multiply $100 by the number of weeks for which your disability payments were at least $100. Enter total||2||2|
|3||If you received disability payments of less than $100 for any week, enter the total amount you received for all such weeks||3||3|
|4||If you received disability payments for less than a week, enter the smaller amount of either the amount you received or the highest exclusion allowable for the period (see instructions)||4||4|
|5||Add lines 2, 3, and 4. Enter the total||5||5|
|Limit on exclusion (see instructions)|
|11||Enter line 10 amount in Column A. This is your disability income exclusion. However, if both spouses received disability pay, see instructions for proration.||Column A (yourself)||Column B (your spouse)|
|Transfer the total of columns A and B to Form IT-225, line 10, Total amount column and enter subtraction modification S-124 in the Number column.|
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