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Where do I enter the 1065 k-1 issued to a single member S corp on the 1120s return?

Where do I enter the 1065 k-1 issued to a single member S corp on the 1120s return?  The 1065 k-1 only has data on line 1 for Net loss for the year.  Since the s corp is single member pass through to my personal return do I enter on the 1120s or directly to my personal return?  If 1120s what line?

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Where do I enter the 1065 k-1 issued to a single member S corp on the 1120s return?

if the owner is the S-corp it goes on the S-corp return. 

 

 

if the line 1 is the only line on the 1065 

use line 5 - Ordinary Income (Loss) From a Partnership, 
Enter the ordinary income (loss) shown on Schedule K-1 (Form
1065). Report the partnership's name, address, and EIN on a
separate statement attached to this return. If the amount entered
is from more than one source, identify the amount from each
source.
Don't include portfolio income or rental activity income (loss)
from a partnership, estate, or trust on this line. Instead, report
these amounts on Schedules K and K-1, or on line 20a of Form
8825 if the amount is from a rental real estate activity.
Ordinary income or loss from a partnership that is a publicly
traded partnership isn't reported on this line. Instead, report the
amount separately on line 10 of Schedule K and in box 10 of
Schedule K-1 using code ZZ.
Treat shares of other items separately reported on
Schedule K-1 issued by the other entity as if the items were
realized or incurred by this corporation.
If there is a loss from a partnership, the amount of the loss
that may be claimed by the S corporation is subject to the basis
limitations.
If the tax year of the S corporation doesn't coincide with the
tax year of the partnership include the ordinary income/loss in the tax year in which the
other entity's tax year ends.

Where do I enter the 1065 k-1 issued to a single member S corp on the 1120s return?

Thank you for that first answer.  Regarding: "If there is a loss from a partnership, the amount of the loss
that may be claimed by the S corporation is subject to the basis
limitations."  To confirm.  If my S corp basis in the partnerhsip is sufficient to claim the loss then I can take the loss in the 1120s or I can take as much loss up to my s corp basis in the partnership, correct?  Does the partnership loss/income impact my 'personal' basis in my s corp?  I assume yes as "Other Income or Loss" on from 7203. However I assume each basis limit is individually tracked.  The s corp basis in the partnership and then my personal basis in the s corp taking into account items of income/loss.  Thank you.  

PatriciaV
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Where do I enter the 1065 k-1 issued to a single member S corp on the 1120s return?

Yes, if the S-Corp has sufficient basis in the partnership to absorb the reported loss and not fall below zero, the full loss is deductible. The flow-through loss from partnership may create a loss for the S-Corp (depending on other S-Corp income), which would reduce your basis in the S-Corp.

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