An ETF I held was liquidated. It was structured as a partnership. I received a form 1065 / Schedule K-1.
The 1065 showed a short term loss (line 😎 of approximately 3% of my investment, and other income (loss) of around 80%.
While filling out the TT questions on the Schedule K-1, I do enter my cost basis (remaining 17% approximately I'd guess) and liquidation proceeds.
However my broker also included the loss from this liquidation on my 1099-B.
So in the end, TT, due to the 1099-B and schedule K-1 data, is trying to count my loss twice. The K-1 loss of about 17% ends up showing up on my schedule D under line 3 (from form 8949 with box C checked), while my 1099 loss was showing on the lines above.
I think the right thing to do here is not to show the cost basis and sale price when entering the K-1 data, and just allow my broker 1099's to cover it.
I'd appreciate any insight though as I of course want my taxes to be both correct - and not be audited.