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In preparing my client's 2019 1040 I noticed that the prior depreciation amounts (from 2018) on the 2019 Depreciation & Amortization Reports is roughly half of what it should be, and the current depreciation for 2019 is a lot more than it should be (as if it's trying to make up for lost depreciation expense based on the asset acquisition dates), and some assets that had additions to them subsequent to the initial "date in service" dates, were not even on the 2019 Depreciation & Amortization Reports. As I always do, I transferred all of my client files from one year (2018 in this case) to the next year (2019 in this case) using the tax software's provision for this. This has never happened before. Should I try to retransfer the 2018 file into the 2019 software, or can I just correct the Depreciation & Amortization Reports in the 2019 tax schedules?  

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