I have a small 1 person S-Corporation. The first few years I paid an accountant to do my taxes. I do not have revenues to my company, so I am using turbo tax to do this myself.
Last year I took a 4,000 loss on my company to my personal income taxes without issue. This year I have no revenues and I want to take a small $600 loss. $100 is for the state corporation fee and the rest is for shutting down and rolling over my corporate 401k. I have no revenues. In the past this was tax deductible.
However, when I entered this into turbo tax personal (I use turbo tax business for my k-1), turbo tax said this was not deductible. It asked me questions about being at risk and some kind of investment basis. Does anyone know what changed in the tax law? These are clearly expenses related to winding down my business. I don't understand why this isn't a deduction or maybe it is and what I need to enter? I have all my old tax forms from previous years.