Program suggest that I reduce the individual cca claim, how would I do this?

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When Profile suggests reducing CCA claim it is because this claim , the whole amount or just some of it, is not needed to reduce taxable income to zero.

 You can override the claim to a lessor amount,even zero. This would allow a greater claim, if needed, the following year as the UCC is not reduced unneccessarily.

Open the CCA schedule,click on the amount to be changed in column 9 (CCA for the year) . This takes you to CCA by item, go down to cca amount and override(F2) to amt you want. Do this for each class. You can play with the amounts to claim only the max amount needed to keep taxable income zero.

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