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But perhaps someone knows the answer to get me over this hump.

Part of the problem is that what you see as a hump may actually be a sizeable mountain.

I'm not entirely sure what returns we're even looking at here. I'm not even sure if it's a trust or a partnership or something else. You mention an LLC and a K-1 and an estate (or trust). Who are the members in the LLC? Was a trust (or estate) income tax return filed? How about a return for the LLC? Did the LLC make any elections regarding it's filing status? It might be taxed like a partnership. Or a corporation. If there is just one member, it might be disregarded and all of the LLC activity reported on the sole member's return.

What I have is way more questions than answers at this point.

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