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Rental income for married filing separately

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Client has rental income, but is married filing separately.  Proseries seems to be denying income reported.

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Can you clarify what you mean by "Proseries seems to be denying income reported"?

Have you gone through the error check/review?

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Thank you for suggesting "final review."  Since taxpayer did live with spouse during the year, the rental did
not calculate.  I thought it would be net income, but Proseries figured a net loss when I checked the "not live with spouse during the year" box on the information page.  I'll have to figure why it was a net loss, but the answer is good for now.  Conclusion:  since taxpayer and spouse lived together during the year, the rental will not show on the tax return.
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I'm satisfied with this answer.  How do I mark it as "recommended"?
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I just converted it to an answer that you can now 'recommend'.
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Can you clarify what you mean by "Proseries seems to be denying income reported"?

Have you gone through the error check/review?

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