depreciation assets is negative - why

Quickbooks balance sheet shows positive fixed assets (+ 70,000) .  Turbotax shows accululated depreciation at 100,000 so the turbo tax balance sheet shows a negative asset balance of 30,000 and there is no way I can have 30,000 in negative liabilities to make it balance.  Also, when i started the return it asked me to enter the fixed asset amount from 2009 which again was less than the accumulated depreciation for 2009, so the balance sheet is upside down for both the start of the year and the end of the year - how can i fix this?
    First - the assets and accumulated depreciation need to match on the QuickBooks balance sheet and on the TurboTax balance sheet. Each year depreciation (an expense) is taken on the tax return, for any assets purchased for that current year, and sometimes for assets purchased in previous years. An adjusting journal entry needs to be made in QuickBooks (Depreciation Expense is the debit and Accumulated Depreciation is the credit). Once these corrections are made, the Accumulated Depreciation and the Net Income amounts will change on the balance sheet, hopefully bringing you a bit closer to balancing. Keep in mind 'rounding' issues are very common. If you are off only by a couple of dollars, you can make an adjustment for rounding on the balance sheet.
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