And if it's the second alternative presented by Susan - check the settings for how depreciation is computed (IRS tables vs DDB).
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Ah, another George!
My guess is that because it is moving from a cloud base, that is why it seems strange. I also want to emphasis that you carefully review the 2019 returns for consistency to what was filed, especially depreciation and state returns. Spending the time now will make 2020 much easier.
For the 1040, once you confirm the return to be accurate, go to screen 3 and you will find a check mark for Converte client (proforma use only). Remove that check mark and the 2020 depreciation and state data will transfer, if you don't you won't get a match up for prior year data when you work on 2020.
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