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shanerock
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Help with Form 1120S Schedule K-1

Hello,

I was wondering if I could get some help entering in my Form 1120S Schedule K-1.

 

At the beginning of the year (1/1/2023) me and my business partner were gifted all the shares of a company and at the end of the year (12/31/2023) we closed the business and distributed the remaining money to us.

 

For this question which should I select, "I disposed of it, but not by selling it"?

 

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For this question I have two entries for Box 17 AJ, is this entered correctly?

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It then asks to fill out form 7203 and is asking for "Stock Block" I'm not sure what that is and it wasn't included on my Form 1120S K-1.

 

For the Stock Basis at the beginning of the year would that just be the value of the company on 1/1/2023 times my percentage of shares (i.e. $100000*.5=$50000)

 

After filling that in and turbo tax reviews everything it comes back and says I need to fill in the following.  1a was not checked so I checked it and now it wants the red blocks filled in.  The S Corp was not sold it was closed so do I enter the date we closed?

 

What should be entered for sale price as it was not sold?

What should the basis of S Corporation shares be at the beginning of the year or end or what?

 

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Thanks for any help

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RobertB4444
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Help with Form 1120S Schedule K-1

The sale date is the date that you shut the business down.  The sale price was zero.  Your basis - since it was received as a gift - was zero.  

 

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