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edwardpetry
Level 2

I receive gas & mineral royalty from out-of-state source reported on a 1099-Misc.

Hi,

Hope you are safe, warm & healthy.

 

I receive gas & mineral royalty from out-of-state source reported on a 1099-Misc.  Am I considered a business?  I have reported it as such on the advice from TurboTax advisor yet it appears I'm paying personal and business taxes on the entire gross amount.

 

Thanks in advance.

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MaryK1101
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I receive gas & mineral royalty from out-of-state source reported on a 1099-Misc.

No, your gas and mineral royalty is reported on Schedule E.  When you enter it in TurboTax you can enter the depletion and any other expenses.  Look for the Rental Properties and Royalties (Sch E)

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MaryK1101
Expert Alumni

I receive gas & mineral royalty from out-of-state source reported on a 1099-Misc.

No, your gas and mineral royalty is reported on Schedule E.  When you enter it in TurboTax you can enter the depletion and any other expenses.  Look for the Rental Properties and Royalties (Sch E)

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edwardpetry
Level 2

I receive gas & mineral royalty from out-of-state source reported on a 1099-Misc.

Thank you for the help.  Appreciate it.

 

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