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Mike_L3
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Royalties

Good Morning,

 

I am part owner of some oil property in TX and receive royalty payments as a result.  I entered the royalty amount (1099-MISC) into Turbotax -- sadly, instead of simply filling in a Schedule E, Turbotax is forcing me to fill out Schedule C as if this is a business (it is not).  I know there is a way to get around this, but I am unsuccessful in making it happen.  Help???

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Royalties

Delete the Form 1099-MISC you entered.

 

To report the royalty payment on a Schedule E you need to enter the 1099-MISC in the Rental and Royalties section of the program.

 

Click on Federal Taxes

Click on Wages & income

Click on I'll choose what I work on

Scroll down to Rental Properties and Royalties

On Rental Properties and Royalties (Sch E) click on the start or update button

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Royalties

Delete the Form 1099-MISC you entered.

 

To report the royalty payment on a Schedule E you need to enter the 1099-MISC in the Rental and Royalties section of the program.

 

Click on Federal Taxes

Click on Wages & income

Click on I'll choose what I work on

Scroll down to Rental Properties and Royalties

On Rental Properties and Royalties (Sch E) click on the start or update button

Mike_L3
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Royalties

Super!!  Worked perfectly -- Thank you!

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