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Where do i enter interest paid on rental property sold, the property was sold in 2014, so the property is no longer in my rental property list

 
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Coleen3
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Where do i enter interest paid on rental property sold, the property was sold in 2014, so the property is no longer in my rental property list

Interest from seller financed sales is entered in the Interest and Dividend part of the program. Please see the screen shot below.

To enter a Form 1099-INT in TurboTax online program, go to:

1.      Sign into your account, select Take me to my return 

2.      In the upper right corner, in the search box, type in 1099int

3.      On screen, Did you receive any interest income? answer Yes to continue 

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Coleen3
Intuit Alumni

Where do i enter interest paid on rental property sold, the property was sold in 2014, so the property is no longer in my rental property list

Interest from seller financed sales is entered in the Interest and Dividend part of the program. Please see the screen shot below.

To enter a Form 1099-INT in TurboTax online program, go to:

1.      Sign into your account, select Take me to my return 

2.      In the upper right corner, in the search box, type in 1099int

3.      On screen, Did you receive any interest income? answer Yes to continue 

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