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jtgarland
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Section 199A Income

I received a K-1 that has Section 199A income from three separate enties,  When I get to part that says "We need some infomration about your 199A income", I can enter the information for only one of the entities.  Is there a way to enter additional entity information.

This seems like serious deficiency in the TurboTax software!

 

Any help would be appreciated!

 

Thanks

 

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Section 199A Income

you may have a choice 

1) each activity is entered on its own K-1 with the related 199A info

or

2) if you meet the rules for aggregation everything gets entered on 1 k-1. the QBI factors are total for each type and entered on the  k-1

 

The final regulations provide that trades or businesses may only be aggregated together if they meet the following five criteria:

  • The same person or group of persons, directly or by attribution under Sec. 267(b) or 707(b), owns 50% or more of each trade or business to be aggregated. Under Regs. Sec. 1.199A-4(b)(1)(i), 50% or more of each trade or business means, in the case of such trades or businesses owned by an S corporation, 50% or more of the issued and outstanding shares of the corporation, or, in the case of such trades or businesses owned by a partnership, 50% or more of the capital or profits in the partnership;
  • The ownership described above exists for a majority of the tax year, including the last day of the tax year, in which the items attributable to each trade or business to be aggregated are included in income; 
  • All of the items attributable to each trade or business to be aggregated are reported on returns with the same tax year, not taking into account short tax years; 
  • None of the trades or businesses to be aggregated is a specified service trade or business (SSTB); and 
  • The trades or businesses to be aggregated satisfy at least two of the following factors (based on all of the facts and circumstances): 
    • The trades or businesses provide products, property, or services that are the same or customarily offered together;
    • The trades or businesses share facilities or share significant centralized business elements, such as personnel, accounting, legal, manufacturing, purchasing, human resources, or information technology; 
    • The trades or businesses are operated in coordination with, or reliance upon, one or more of the businesses in the aggregated group (for example, supply chain interdependencies).

The first criterion, which requires that the same person or group of persons owns 50% or more of each trade or business, was modified slightly from the proposed regulations to clarify that the 50%-or-more common ownership includes attribution through Secs. 267(b) and 707(b). Additionally, the preamble to the final regulations explicitly provides that a C corporation can constitute part of the ownership group for purposes of this requirement. This rule potentially provides significant flexibility for taxpayers with ownership interests that vary across entities.

 

 

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