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S-Corp 17d code W 199a W-2 Wages incorrect- it is adding in Cost of Goods cost of labor- does anyone know when this will be corrected?

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Don't know if they are aware of this specific problem so I will flag it.

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You can make your own adjustments on the 199 activity worksheet.  I have already had to make adjustments for wages and UBIA.  They also pull custom hire subcontractor expense in at least one case I found and plop it down as wages.
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We shouldn't have to make adjustments at all....Proseries should be pulling it correctly
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Agree.  But that is a valid fix for you and the rest of us who pay attention to what is being pulled into 199A worksheet.
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Don't know if they are aware of this specific problem so I will flag it.

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@Ashley at Intuit (aka Henry Jr) @Matt105 is this documented / correct?

Also with the new personal should I be flagging you 2 or someone else?
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Yes. It is pulling my clients w-2 wages n the cost of labor under cost of goods this is not correct
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Some people put a portion of W-2 wages in CGS labor, so it is not exactly incorrect.  Just make adjustment as I previously mentioned and have a good night and tax season.  Be aware of whatever numbers transfer to 199A worksheet.  I have found a couple others, but there is a way to correct them on the worksheet.  And I am always a little worried that Proseries will correct these errors and make my adjustments invalid in an update.  So lets just keep these correctable errors to ourselves.
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In the Cost of Goods labor screen, there needs to be a separate box to enter contract labor and a separate box to enter W-2 wages so that contract labor is not commingled with W-2 wages for purposes of the Section 199A deduction. Intuit needs to send out a memo about this as it is not obvious.
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