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Where in the Federal Return itself is Substitute Form 1099-S info shown when there is no taxable income from sale of 2nd personal use home I never lived in?

then tried to go back to assure the facts were still in TuI followed the instructions in FAQ to report the sale of an inherited second home which my son lived in rent free, TurboTax showed that the home sale resulted in "zero loss."  The Title Co gave me a substitute 1099-S. Where does this appear in the actual Federal Tax Return to prove there was no taxable gain?  I could not locate the info using Tools in viewing the return. So then I tried to go back into Turbo Tax to view my entries, but since it is not listed in the summary, going into the search "sale of second home" caused me to enter the sale twice as it did not show the original entry until I had added it again. The explanations of what to expect regarding this is not clear with Turbo Tax Premier. Do I need an upgraded version of Turbo Tax? 

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Where in the Federal Return itself is Substitute Form 1099-S info shown when there is no taxable income from sale of 2nd personal use home I never lived in?

The transaction and resulting gain or loss is reported on Schedule D. 

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Where in the Federal Return itself is Substitute Form 1099-S info shown when there is no taxable income from sale of 2nd personal use home I never lived in?

The transaction and resulting gain or loss is reported on Schedule D. 

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