There shouldn't be any overlap in income between the W-2 and the K-1. The W-2 shows earnings you received by paycheck as an employee, which should have had payroll taxes deducted and sent in by the company. The K-1 shows your share of the partnership's income or loss that is yours because you are a partner. You may or may not have received some of this as a cash distribution, but it is still income to you. These are two distinctly different types of income, and need to be shown as different income sources.
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