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Thank you, I looked at Form 6251. It is nice to know where the information is used. Since the income is far below the exemption amount, Form 6251 isn't be filed. It looks like the personal return is complete, but will let it age a couple of days and review before filing.

The software is doing strange things when generating K-1s for the estate tax return. I am giving up for tonight and hopefully tomorrow it will be clearer on how the software wants the data entered.
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