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I am trying to E-file and there is a 0 0nquestion 4 of schedule

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I am trying to E-file and there is a 0 0nquestion 4 of schedule E that won't let me file. How do I get rid of the 0. There was a 0 on the K1 and the calculations are correct. But turbo tax will not let me file the return.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Phillip B, EA replied 3 years ago.
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Go into the K-1 section and change all the zeros to blank boxes, I am assuming you entered zeros if there were zeros or blanks on the K-1 -- this can cause issues with TurboTax. This should solve your problem.

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Expert:  Phillip B, EA replied 3 years ago.
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