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My rental property did not show up on this years turbo tax. The total income does, but not the individual properties. So no depreciation shows. How come?

 
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My rental property did not show up on this years turbo tax. The total income does, but not the individual properties. So no depreciation shows. How come?

You are correct that your Schedule E info for your Rental Properties should transfer from 2017.

If each of your rental properties is set up in the Assets/Depreciation section under 'Rental and Royalty Income', you can EDIT each one and go through the section so that TurboTax will Confirm Prior Depreciation and calculate Depreciation for 2018 (screenshots).

Be sure that 'Active Participation', 'Rented all Year' and 'Rented at a Fair Price' are indicated in the Property Profiles for each property, too.  This can cause data to not flow to Schedule E correctly, as well as 'owned the property'.