If you used TurboTax Online last year, you can click here to find the instructions for accessing your prior year tax return. For your convenience, here is the text from the article:
When you sign in, make sure you're using the same TurboTax account (with the same username) as in prior years.
- Select Documents from the navigation when it appears.
- Use the drop-down menu at the top of the screen to choose the tax year you want and then select Download PDF.
You'll want to select the option that has "all the worksheets". Within that PDF of your 2018 tax return with the worksheets, you will find the depreciation schedule for the depreciation you claimed for your Schedule E rental in 2018.
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You *MUST* download the 2018 PDF file to your computer. that PDF file will have all the calculation forms and worksheets in it. You can't do jack squat with that PDF file until *AFTER* you have physically downloaded it to your computer. Then you can open it with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program, or any other PDF reader/editor program you may already have on your computer. What you're looking for is in that PDF file.
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No it's not. I DID download the pdf, and I DID open it in Adobe Acrobat. There is a Schedule E within the pdf, but line 18 on Schedule E lists the "Depreciation Expense or Depletion" and there's no depreciation schedule associated with that amount anywhere within the pdf. That is true not just for the 2018 return, but also all the returns from 2014-2019. There is no depreciation schedule in any of the pdfs.