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How do I stop depreciation in 2017 on a rental to personal conversion that took place in 2016? I'm using ProSeries Basic. It will not take "0" for #days rented.

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I am using ProSeries Basic. Taxpayer converted condo from personal use to rental in 2014. In 2016 renter moved out midyear. For 2017 how do I get the depreciation to stop? The Schedule E worksheet won't accept "0" as number of days rented. When I use 1/1/17 as disposal date I still get depreciation showing. I don't want to delete the schedule E as that may cause issues. Condo is on market to sell in 2019.

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Delete the Asset Entry Worksheet.

Why don't you want to delete the Schedule E?  Page 1 of Schedule is for a rental, and if the taxpayer doesn't have a rental, why do you want to file it?

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Delete the Asset Entry Worksheet.

Why don't you want to delete the Schedule E?  Page 1 of Schedule is for a rental, and if the taxpayer doesn't have a rental, why do you want to file it?

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But print the worksheet before you delete it.
ex-AllStar, ex-Lutefisk taste taster, ex-ACME product tester
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" In 2016 renter moved out midyear. "

And you didnt stop deprecaiton back then or were they still trying to rent it out?


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Taxpayer lived in condo all of 2017 and it sold in 2019.
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