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    Form 3115 and take a 481(a) adjustment on Sch C this year. Mark S Nelson Jr, EA Admitted to Practice before the Internal Revenue Service Milwaukee, WI 414-481-6812 www.ntatax.com Referrals are very important to us. If you are...

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    Hi, Is there a way without amending returns of adjusting depreciation not taken on tax returns? Have new client that bought business in 2011 with some assets purchased. The 2012 & 2013 returns did not include the equipment for the $10k, thus...

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