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Entering disposition in 2019 for assets sold in 2020

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I always enter current year sales/purchases of assets in the prior year programs so I can make sure as the year goes along that I don't miss something.  I have never had a problem until now....that I know of.

I noticed my 2019 tax return had changed and it is because even though I put in 6/26/20 sales date, it affected my 2019 return.  I don't have this problem with equipment.

Has anyone else seen this?  There is a diagnostic alerting me to the fact that there are future year dispositions 

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@nanhopkins wrote:

I don't have this problem with equipment.


What type of asset is it doing it with?

Have you double checked that is what is changing it?  In other words, when you delete the sales date, does it revert back to the original result?

As you say, that weird.