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what does that mean? I have reviewed the steps, that is why i'm asking the question. Is this a program flaw? TT should have calculated a number. Is there something wrong with the program?
June 4, 2019 2:04 PM
I had same problem! I found another forum post which explained that if your income is predominantly or completely CAP.GAINS (and also below a certain level) you don't have to pay the tax that's show in the tax table. I guess I never had this situation before so I imagined it might be a TT bug. Apparently that's not true. Behavior as designed. Interesting.
Yes, my income is all dividend income, so zero may be correct but I need an answer. I tested it again and downloaded my data into a test return and it came out zero again. I filed an extension. I am going to check with a tax professional and the IRS before I push the submit button.