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Is it possible to specially allocate a value of -1 (-1 currently prints a blank or zero

brad-hall
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abctax55
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Nope....not in my experience.  And it drives me bonkers on one specific return :smile:

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abctax55
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Nope....not in my experience.  And it drives me bonkers on one specific return :smile:

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abctax55
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@sjrcpa  @PhoebeRoberts  -  have either of you figured out a workaround?
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sjrcpa
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Try entering -1.01

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Or -0.99.

I usually have to end up allocating a dollar less of something else.
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IRonMaN
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Using Lacerte logic, if minus 1 equals zero, shouldn't minus zero equal minus 1 :grimacing::grimacing:
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abctax55
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ah...I forget you can enter pennies & Lacerte will round.  I'll try that next time; I usually just do what Phoebe does and "adjust".  I have ONE client tho (the partnership return that is driving me nuts right now...) and she has to "see" that $ -1 in rental income from one of the 40 different K-1s
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