GRANTOR TRUST ESTABLISHED IN 2017 WITH ONE ASSET (HOME). ASSET SOLD 2020 AND TRUST DISSOLVED. WHY WON'T PROGRAM ALLOW FOR TOTAL LOSS INSTEAD OF $3000 LOSS AS NO OTHER RETURNS WILL BE FILED?
If it's a grantor trust it probably shouldn't be filing its own return anyway. If it's the grantor's home, the loss is not deductible, even only $3,000 of it. What's going on here? Looks like someone went to a seminar.
"ALLOW FOR TOTAL LOSS"
Total? As in, nothing was even left to sell? Even the land disappeared?