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I got a schedule K-1 (form 1065). I have some long-term gains in 9a, which appear as distributions, too, in 19A. What should be the income tax rate on this?

I have long-term capital gains in 9a that also appear as distributions in 19A. I thought these would get taxed at the long term capital gain rate of 15% but turbotax taxed this in 20%.
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I got a schedule K-1 (form 1065). I have some long-term gains in 9a, which appear as distributions, too, in 19A. What should be the income tax rate on this?

9a is taxable as long-term gain and increases your tax basis. 19A is not taxable income but reduces your tax basis. why 20%? more income can have an affect on other items.  you would need to review the cap gain and qualified dividend worksheet to see how the gain is taxed. 

I got a schedule K-1 (form 1065). I have some long-term gains in 9a, which appear as distributions, too, in 19A. What should be the income tax rate on this?

To provide a little more clarification, the capital gains rate can be 0%, 15% or 20%.

Your rate depends on your taxable income and filing status.

As was noted by @Mike9241 , you can see this determination by reviewing your capital gain tax worksheet within TT.

*A reminder that posts in a forum such as this do not constitute tax advice.
Also keep in mind the date of replies, as tax law changes.
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