During 2020, Leisel, a single taxpayer, operates a sole proprietorship in which she materially participates. Her proprietorship generates gross income of $142,000 and deductions of $420,000, resulting in a loss

During 2020, Leisel, a single taxpayer, operates a sole proprietorship in which she materially participates. Her proprietorship generates gross income of $142,000 and deductions of $420,000, resulting in a loss of $278,000. The large deductions are due to the acquisition of equipment and the use of immediate expense and additional first-year depreciation to deduct all of the acquisitions. Can Leisel use all of this loss to offset other income she has? She may use $………………….. of the $278,000 proprietorship business loss to offset nonbusiness income . Leisel has an excess business loss of $………………… The excess business loss is treated as part of her NOL carryforward .

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