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Generating Form 7202 in ProSeries

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Generating Form 7202 in ProSeries

Before you start:

  • Form 7202 Credits for Sick Leave and Family Leave for Certain Self-Employed Individuals is a new form for tax year 2020.
  • IRS instructions can be found here.
  • The IRS has released a Frequently Asked Questions page.
  • The IRS does not yet support Form 7202 as an e-fileable form. The completed Form 7202 will need to be added as a PDF attachment for e-file.

Accessing the 7202:

  1. Open the return.
  2. Press F6 to open the list of all forms.
  3. Type 7202 to highlight the 7202.
  4. Choose the 7202-T for taxpayer's copy or 7202-S for spouse copy.
  5. Click OK to open the form.

Generating the 7202 for Credit for Sick Leave for Certain Self-Employed Individuals

  1. If you are electing to use the Prior Year Net Earnings from Self Employment complete the Smart Worksheet at the top of the 7202.
  2. Enter any applicable days in lines 1 and 2 for the Credit for Sick Leave for Certain Self-Employed Individuals.
  3. ProSeries will automatically enter the self employment earnings on line 7. Review the amount that is auto filled and make any changes as needed.
  4. Manually enter line 15 and 16 if applicable.
  5. Review the credit amount on line 24.

Generating the 7202 for Credit for Family Leave for Certain Self-Employed Individuals

  1. If you are electing to use the Prior Year Net Earnings from Self Employment complete the Smart Worksheet at the top of the 7202.
  2. Enter any applicable days in line 25 for the Credit for Family Leave for Certain Self-Employed Individuals.
  3. ProSeries will automatically enter the self employment earnings on line 26. Review the amount that is auto filled and make any changes as needed.
  4. Manually enter line 31 if applicable.
  5. Review the credit amount on line 35.

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