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How can I get a Depreciation and Amortization Report?

Needing a report that explains how the program computed the depreciation amount
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ThomasM125
Employee Tax Expert

How can I get a Depreciation and Amortization Report?

You need to print out the schedule C depreciation report.

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dcstam-outlook-c
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How can I get a Depreciation and Amortization Report?

Unfortunately it was not the answer and not helpful. 

Irene2805
Expert Alumni

How can I get a Depreciation and Amortization Report?

What specific information are you looking for?  The Schedule C Depreciation Report gives you information on how depreciation was calculated for a particular asset, including method and convention.  [See screenshot below.]

 

If you are using the CD/Download version of TurboTax you can view the report in Forms Mode, as well as the individual Asset Entry Worksheets.  From the asset worksheet, you can click a link to view the amortization (asset life) schedule.

 

 

 

Critter-3
Level 15

How can I get a Depreciation and Amortization Report?

The depreciation worksheet shown in the other post is in the PDF file in the online program however you have to ask for the PDF file with all worksheets in order to get it. If this is for a prior tax year the only PDF file you can get at this time has all the worksheets in it. Save the humongous PDF file and only print the pages you need using the PDF reader print options. If you don't restrict to just the pages you want you'll be printing off 100 plus pages unnecessarily.

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