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Box 9 of a Consolidated 1099 contains $1,100. Half should be allocated to my father's income tax return and half to the estate income tax return.

The H&R block software handles Nominee interest, but doesn't ask about transferring value in box 9. I would like to have the entry correct, even though it doesn't really matter because there is no income tax or AMT liability for the personal return.

The safest seems to be to enter $1,100 and show the $550 on the estate tax return.

A tax return is required to be filed and estimated taxes for 2011 were made.
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