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Schedule D tax import 1099-B is not reporting basis in Lacerte

SOLVEDby IntuitLacerte Tax35Updated September 22, 2022

This article will help understand how to get the Schedule D import to bring the correct information to Screen 17, Dispositions to indicate if the 1099-B did or didn't report the basis (code 541).

  1. Go to Screen 17, Dispositions.
  2. Scroll down to the Schedule D subsection.
  3. Locate the input field: Reported on: blank=Form 1099-B with basis reported to IRS, 1=1099-B but basis not reported to IRS, 2=form other than Form 1099-B (Form 8949)
  4. This field only recognizes three pieces of information: blank, 1, and 2.
    • Blank indicates that the basis was reported on the 1099-B.  By not entering anything in the field, the preparer tells the program that the disposition should appear on the 8949 as a checkbox A item.
    • The number 1 indicates that no basis was reported on the 1099-B, and therefore should be reported on the 8949 as a checkbox B item.
    • The number 2 indicates that a 1099-B wasn't used at all, and therefore the transaction should be reported with checkbox C marked on the 8949.

To get the Schedule D Import to fill out the field accordingly, use blank, 1, or 2 in the Excel spreadsheet. Any other entry won't register in the Schedule D Import Wizard and won't be imported into Lacerte.

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