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On Turbotax Self-employed, under 2021 Tax Review, I get a FIX button leading me to Adjust Line 48 of Schedule C (As a number is negative), how do I get to Schedule C ?

 
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JohnW152
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On Turbotax Self-employed, under 2021 Tax Review, I get a FIX button leading me to Adjust Line 48 of Schedule C (As a number is negative), how do I get to Schedule C ?

You can’t directly edit Schedule C in TurboTax Online, but to edit your self-employment expenses that are causing your issue:

  1. If you’re on the Hi TurboTax Client, let's keep working on your taxes! screen, Select the Pick up where you left off button
  2. Select Federal in the left pane, if you’re not already there
  3. Select Income & Expenses in the banner
  4. Select Show more to the right of Self-Employment
  5. Select Edit or Review to the right of Self-employment income and expenses
  6. Page through your income data
  7. Once you come to the expenses section, you can make any adjustments necessary
     

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On Turbotax Self-employed, under 2021 Tax Review, I get a FIX button leading me to Adjust Line 48 of Schedule C (As a number is negative), how do I get to Schedule C ?

Thanks! I will try it out and hopefully your advice gets me the results I’m seeking!

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