@gclark Could you add a bit more information. Are you trying to create a SEP deduction on the 1040 for the shareholder? Do they any other SE income?
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The SEPP contribution is done at the S-Corp level, and is based on the W-2 wages.
It isn't done/taken on the F 1040 for the S-Corp W-2 wages, OR the distributions, OR the K-1 flow thru income.
(And where have you been for the last year, since you originally posted the question?)
"(And where have you been for the last year, since you originally posted the question?)"
I've reported this, similar to what I noticed last week, in Community Suggestions. When you click the username, that listing shows everything is from 2021.
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