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As a former crazy momentum investor, last year I used tons of margin.

I understand that you can deduct margin interest on schedule A.

I'm using Turbotax though and I'm still not too familiar with the program. I can't find any forms where I could put down margin interest deductions or any requirements.

Can someone tell me where on Turbotax I can include such information? I'm looking around the itemized deductions section, but can't find anything that applies (based on my limited tax knowledge).

Thanks for any help. This should be my last question this year :)

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