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I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

 
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New Member

I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

Hi there,

Here's how to delete a form from your return: 

  1. Go to My Account at the top of the screen.
  2. Select Tools. 
  3. From the Tools Center select Delete a Form. 
  4. You'll see a list of all the forms on your return. Delete any you don't need. 

Let me know if you stil need help. 

New Member

I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

I did that followed a link from google search before, but the schedule K either not listed in the list of forms can be deleted or I don't know which form (by which name) I should delete to remove the K-1
New Member

I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

Ok. Let's try this:
Go to My Account > Tools > Topic Search
Type K-1 or K1 in the search box and click Go.
Answer Yes to Did you receive any Schedules K-1 or Q? (even if the correct answer is "no").
Click Update next to the type of K-1 you initially entered (partnership/LLC, S corp, or estate/trust).
On the K-1 Summary screen, click Delete next to the K-1 you want to remove. Answer Yes on the following screen.
Click Done.
If necessary, repeat Steps 4–7 for other K-1s you need to remove.
New Member

I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

I also tried that, but there is no "Delete" option or button for me to click on.
New Member

I can't seem to remove a K-1 from my what carried over from 2015.

After I clicked "Update", it always brought me to a form to fill out some information. I can't get past that form, because I don't have the valid information to fill in.
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