I have a k-1, how do i know if my investment is considered "at risk"?
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nwfoster
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I have a k-1, how do i know if my investment is considered "at risk"?

 
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ToddL
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I have a k-1, how do i know if my investment is considered "at risk"?

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ToddL
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I have a k-1, how do i know if my investment is considered "at risk"?

Since you have a Schedule K-1, you have an investment in either a partnership or an S-Corporation. 

If you can lose what you paid  ("invested") for your share of the partnership or S-Corporation (e.g. through operating losses, bankruptcy), your investment is "at risk". 

If you didn't pay anything for your share of the partnership or S-Corporation, or have a guarantee that you won't suffer any financial losses, your investment is not "at risk"

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