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rekrause
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Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?

 
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tagteam
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Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?

"Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?"

They absolutely should be but, on occasion, they don't quite get all the way through to the K-1s. You can resolve this issue by making a distribution of an amount, even if that amount is negative [see first two screenshots].

Additionally, enter Forms Mode (click the Forms icon in the upper right side of the screen) and ensure that there is indeed a percentage entered on Lines B1 and B2 in the Beneficiary's Allocation Smart Worksheet [see third screenshot]. If not, manually enter the appropriate percentage to be allocated to the beneficiary on each K-1.

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tagteam
Level 15

Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?

"Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?"

They absolutely should be but, on occasion, they don't quite get all the way through to the K-1s. You can resolve this issue by making a distribution of an amount, even if that amount is negative [see first two screenshots].

Additionally, enter Forms Mode (click the Forms icon in the upper right side of the screen) and ensure that there is indeed a percentage entered on Lines B1 and B2 in the Beneficiary's Allocation Smart Worksheet [see third screenshot]. If not, manually enter the appropriate percentage to be allocated to the beneficiary on each K-1.

rekrause
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Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?

Yes, that did the trick. Thanks!
tagteam
Level 15

Why aren't excess deductions on final 1041 allocated to K-1's?

You are most welcome.
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