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Still little confused but getting better. On line 6 not sure what to put down. each partner has a net operating loss for the year of $18698; is this what goes on line 6?
Have a question. If possible, and if there is additional fee that is ok, but would you consider putting down the figures on form 982 line by line since I am still little confused. thanks
I am still having problems with the info you gave me. I cannot complete the 982 by your instructions and therefore I am stuck on whether or not I can actually eliminate the 1099-C income. I think what happened is your a tax professional in answering me in terms I do not understand. Could you help me out with the instructions you gave me regarding the lines on the 982 form. thanks.
I sent you a follow up and you never answered. Sorry now that I gave you the excellent rating; but I suppose the website is set up that way to make it look enticing. When I get time I will email the appropriate person(s) who run the website about the lack of any commitment and that once a person has paid the fee they are done. I will make sure to to use the website in the future.
Sorry about the email, but I am frustrated. I did some research on other sites and there seems to be a concensus that as long as the debt exceeded the FMV there would be an exclusion of the amount. the original figures I gave you were slightly off,but it still falls within the same problem. So as a partner my 1099-C is $58658.The short sale my portion was $47500. The actual amount of the debt owed the bank was $127500.00 just prior to short sale. My problem is where you started talking about what to put on what lines on the 982 form. We took no depreciation since this was a house that was being constructed over more than a year. I am just confused what to put on the lines on the 982 that will show the IRS the amount I am excluding.
I thought it would have been as simple as just putting down a few number and done. Guess I was wrong.
So if you could be more specific I would most appreciate it. The part about depreciation etc we took none since it was new construction.
And I apologize for the abrupt response. Thanks
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Okay, almost there . But when you mention being insolvent, does this me me personally or the partnership. I have a home etc. and I am not insolvent but the partnership could not pay the loan.
With your answer you confused me. Let me ask it this way.
What you are saying is that since I am solvent as a partner and I need to include it in my income. I am definitely not insolvent.
I won't bother you after you answer this!!
thanks again. Now you got me straightened out. I read all kinds of stuff on the web and it was 50/50 results. But one thing I keep reading was that cancelled debt for the partnership passes to the partners and I should have realized this when I got the 1099-C with my social security # on it. thanks again.
So whenever I might have another question do I just log on to the site and your info will always be there?
How would I put your name in the header. I do not have your name on any of the emails? I don't think?
Ok got ya
Just thought I would update you. We missed the boat entirely. My info to you was simply based on the 1099-C and the income and the fact that I was not insolvent. After further research with this complicated subject found out that since this income resulted from a short sale I had to calculate the loan and loss on worksheets which then resulted in the figures for a loss and bottom line results ended up with completely eliminating the 1099-C income and also ended up with a capital loss.
You did not miss the boat I did, since I did not give you all the information regarding the loan etc. It made sense that to work with the 1099-C you would need the loan information, any profit or loss from same, etc. I used some worksheets regarding short sales and yes it does get a little complicated, but following all the instructions and reading some other info it all became clear. I should have realized that I did not analyze where this 1099-C income came from and the only way to determine if any was taxable I needed the original information on the loan, the short sale etc.
Again, thanks for your help