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Returning Member

2020 Schedule-E Depreciation Smart Check error

I've completed my Schedule E and this year I disposed of my rental property.  I've entered all normal expense info as well as Sold property info.  When I get to Smart Check, it identifies an error with my 2019 depreciation and provides a link to go in and "add back" my rental property and verify depreciation.  I've done that multiple times and I keep getting the error.  Anyone else having this issue? 

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Employee Tax Expert

2020 Schedule-E Depreciation Smart Check error

You may also need to add your Rental Property to the Assets section.


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2020 Schedule-E Depreciation Smart Check error

This is a known issue. Please see this TurboTax Help page and sign up to be notified when it has been addressed.

Returning Member

2020 Schedule-E Depreciation Smart Check error

Following the link to sign up to be notified brings a 4-day old response from TT Help that it was resolved 1/29, with no option for notification.  I just ran my return yesterday and the property basis assets were still absent.

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