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Tax Resource Center

Using TurboTax Tax FAQs

Note: TurboTax functionality is only available to those who work with a Thrivent Financial representative and are registered on If you purchased Thrivent Mutual Funds using, this functionality is not available at this time.


Which forms are available?

Data import is available for Thrivent Mutual Funds on IRS Forms 1099-B, 1099-DIV and 1099-R. In TurboTax, select "Thrivent Mutual Funds" starting January 31.


What do I need to do to use TurboTax?

To import tax forms into TurboTax for your Thrivent Mutual Fund accounts, you will need your user ID and password. If you do not have a user ID and password, select "Register" on the upper right corner of to begin the registration process. This allows you to create a user ID and password.

You will need:

  • Your Thrivent Member ID number
  • Your birth date
  • A valid email address

Note: Once the initial registration is complete, go back to the homepage and log in using your newly created Thrivent user ID and password. At the MyAccounts page, click on a Thrivent Mutual Fund to view account details.

Once the registration process is complete you will need to wait at least 15 minutes before logging in to TurboTax.


How many transactions can I import?

TurboTax for the WebSM supports the importation of up to 500 Schedule D transactions. If you have more than 500 Schedule D transactions, you may want to use the TurboTax desktop version. The TurboTax desktop version supports up to 3,000 transactions.


Can I import data for all accounts, including gain/loss information on redemptions?

The TurboTax data import feature will import all your accounts with matching Social Security numbers. If cost basis information is available to you on your Form 1099-B, it will transfer with this feature into your TurboTax 1040 tax return. At this time, you cannot import Thrivent Mutual Fund accounts registered to a business, trust, minor accounts including UTMA/UGMA and any account that is viewed through


What if I need help importing my data into my tax return?

See the Frequently Asked Questions on the TurboTax website.



At Thrivent Mutual Funds, we recommend you consult your tax advisor to make sure you’re getting the most out of your investments. Thrivent Mutual Funds and their representatives cannot provide legal or tax advice.