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I have a small side business that made $13490 last year. I use TurboTax each year and do my own taxes. On the 1040, I don't see the $13490. I need to show that income for an apartment application.

I've printed out both pages of the 1040. My AGI is -$1034. I can do a sales by customer summery in Quickbooks, which list the $13490, and give them that. It list the amount earned by each customer for the year. The before tax/deductions income is listed.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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