Schedule E

How can i revise Schedule E form Where do i find it at
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Hi Tina12506,

Here are 2 options that will you get to SCH E,

Option 1
Here's how to get to the Rental/Royalty screens in TurboTax Online:

- Select the Tools button in the upper right-hand portion of the screen.  
- Select Topic Search.  
- When the window opens, type "rental property" into the box, select the Rental Property item, and then select GO.  
- Follow the on-screen instructions to enter the information for your Rental or Royalty items.

Option 2
- Select Federal Taxes Tab
- Select wages and income subtab twice to get to " How would you like to go through your income" page
- Here you find 2 options, Guide Me and Explore on My own, Select explore on my own
- Your 2011 Income Summary page opens
- Scroll down to the bottom to get to "Rentals and Royalties" section
- Choose update in this section to revisit your SCH E.

I hope this helps!
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