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I AM FILLING OUT FORM 6252 INSTALLMENT SALE. WHERE DO YOU LIST THE INTEREST RECEIVED ON THAT FORM?

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Interest doesn't go on the 6252. It goes wherever you'd enter any other interest income.


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Interest doesn't go on the 6252. It goes wherever you'd enter any other interest income.


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But ProSeries does have a box to actually enter interest on the 6252 worksheet.

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....imagine that.  Guess Susan & I should stick to Lacerte questions :joy::joy:
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They are different.  As a matter of fact, if you enter a -1 into the software, you actually end up with a -1 :wink::wink:
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LOL...I had a K-1 last year where the rental loss actually WAS -1.  I had to finagle things to get the totals to match.  
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You don't.  

Interest income goes to Sch B, no matter what the *source*.

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