I didn't receive the 1099-S, and saw somewhere that I don't need to report the sale at all, but I've reported it as a rental in the past, and think I need to again this year, but lived in it for 2 of last 5 years. Thx
You will have taxable gain due to the appreciation (gain in value) due to periods of non-qualified use, as well as depreciation recapture. You don't get the full benefit of the $250K exclusion. This is a bit complicated to explanin and the IRS publications mostly ignore it, but Turbotax implements it properly. I can explain better tonight when I have more time.
It is quite confusing. You need to start by entering it as sale of a business asset (in the rental depreciation section). As you move along in the sale process, there will be a question asking whether you used it for personal purposes prior to business use. Then, later, if you answer it does not need special handling, it will ask you whether the asset was included in the sale of your main home. Answer yes.