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I have been operating a small business for the past few years reporting on Schedule D. I incorporated in August this year and was granted S-Corp status. As far as 1999 taxes are concerned, do I file Schedule D to cover the business from Jan-Aug and then 1120S for Aug-Dec? My fiscal year for the S-Corp is the normal Jan-Dec.
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Your assumptions are correct except for one thing. The sole proprietor form is Schedule C (not Schedule D, which is the form used to report capital gains). January to August will go on the Schedule C; August thru December will go on teh 1120S.

Regards,
Gregg SeaPA
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Thanks for the reply. I knew it was schedule C but I must have had a brain brown out. Another question, can the loss on the sale of a timeshare be deducted using schedule D?

Jeff
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One other point to add--
Be careful what you put into the corporation. Once appreciated property is contributed to the corporation, it can not be taken out with having to pay taxes on the gain.

Had a client put real estate into the S-corporation and I explained the consquences of do it. Six months later , they decided to get rid of the corporation and the IRS made a killing. The property had to be treated as if it was sold for FMV and gain was passed through to the shareholder.

Costly decision on their part.
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If the timeshare was your personal property, you can't deduct any loss. If it was a business asset you would have the potential for deducting a loss.
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