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I have looked in the community site, and cannot find this example. I bought 400 shares of a REIT in 2011 for $25,000. In 2020, this REIT was sold for $35,477.21. My 1099-B lists the date acquired as 2018, this is when my new financial advisor took ov... read more
I lovetheIRS ‎Posted Monday | Latest post yesterday by Critter-3
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My wife and I didn't receive stimulus payments, as our AGI was above the limit. However, TT's RRC worksheet calculated that we could take a credit on our return, based on the following entries in the worksheet:Line 7 = $2400Line 10 = $1200Line 11 = [... read more
beisbol ‎Posted Friday | Latest post yesterday by sabe999
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Lt3309 ‎Posted a month ago | Latest post a month ago by tagteam
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I got a K-1 for Colorado with: Federal income modified for Colorado: -$10kNonresidents: Colorado source income: $240 Note that my investment is in an entity that further invests in various businesses across US. Which means I got 1 Federal K-1 for all... read more
tomatopotatochilli ‎Posted 32m ago | Latest post 15m ago by tomatopotatochilli
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I ended my partnership in my company in 2020 by having the company (LLC) repurchase my stock. I was a very small investor. I received my 2020 K-1 which lists the Beginning Capital Account of $6000 and Withdrawals & Distributions of -$6000. Only box 1... read more
zero71 ‎Posted 39m ago | Latest post 35m ago by martinmarks
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I am a nonfiler , I filed this year as directed to receive my stimulus check
jonjh-n ‎Posted 2 hours ago | Latest post 32m ago by martinmarks
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Where can I enter a partnership (LLC) K-1 rental income loss for Wisconsin? On the Income screen (this is Where Wisconsin handles income differently) and there is no selection for Partnership? Premier Desktop version
WSO ‎Posted 3 hours ago | Latest post 3 hours ago by WSO
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My Maryland (LLC) K-1 has a Partners LLC Members Income section which shows a loss characterized as a "pro rata share allocable to Maryland (Nonresidents/Residents)" Where do I enter this?? Most of the other TT state returns have a column to enter Pa... read more
WSO ‎Posted 4 hours ago | Latest post 34m ago by martinmarks
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I know everyone is responsible for their own tax paperwork but I need reasons for a reasonable cause letter and if TurboTax did not ask any questions re large gifts and guide a person to fill out a 3520 it will help bolster my argument.
twiggy1896-aol-c ‎Posted 4 hours ago | Latest post 32m ago by martinmarks
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