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Form 8903 Domestic production activities for S-Corp. Is this still a deduction? I'm not finding the form in 2018 Proseries.

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Not able to find it in personal as it used to be taken on line 35 front page of 1040. Was this phased out with the tax reform?

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Where do you take it? Not finding the form.
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I think the "yes" was in response to the phased out portion of your question.
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Actually it is in draft form and not yet final.  So I would expect it soon.
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I figured a simple "yes" covered all the possible answers.
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It did sound more precise than a maybe :wink::wink:
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Except for stuff in connection with a "agricultural or horticultural cooperative", it has been repealed for years starting after December 31st, 2017.

So unless a "agricultural or horticultural cooperative" applies, it does not exist on a 2018 corporate tax return.

It could still be part of a 2018 personal tax return if the partnership/corporation/estate had a fiscal year (a 2017 tax return with the deduction) that is used on the 2018 personal tax return.



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