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DH's family owned and ran a small motel as an LLC. It was sold in 2019. DH just received a Form 1065 K-1 which listed 3 items in Part III. I entered these into H & R Block software to amend our 2019 Form 1040 and generate a Form 1040X.

Box 1: an operating loss which was reported on Schedule E in the section for partnerships.
Box 10: a Net section 1231 gain which was reported on Schedule D as a long-term gain.
So far, so good.

Now to my question:

Box 13 (V): Other deductions, a large loss described in "IRC Sec. 163(J) adjusted taxable income calculation" as a "Pass-through loss and deduction item." Although I entered it into the software in the right box with the right letter it did not appear on Schedule E or anywhere else on the 1040X.

Should this pass-through loss be on the 1040X and if so, on which Schedule? It is larger than our income and would leave us with a negative income for 2019.

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