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Old 01-08-2015, 02:49 AM
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K-1 losses

I had a w-2 last year for $30,600 and a k-1 loss of $112000. It made my tax refund go drown dramatically because my AGI went to -$112,000. Can I amend my return to take the loss in future years instead of on my 2013 return.



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