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How do I print or type on 1040 NR?

Put whatever is on IRS form 1040 line 14. Minus nothing. If there’s no Schedule 2, then you subtract zero, just like if there was a Schedule 2 with nothing but zeroes on it.

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I'll include this example from a tax lawyer I talked to (he was very friendly and helpful): If that's right, the zero is the basis on the money; if so, the IRS will calculate the tax at the time the trust is transferred. Here's where the magic happens: At that point, if you have any money at that point, it's yours. It isn't an asset of the trust; when you distribute it (usually when you retire the house and start your own trust), the trust gets the IRS return. That being said, if you are planning to withdraw money from the house (or move to a lower tax state), then you still might want to deduct the zero—as we discuss later in IRS Publication 970. 3. When to deduct the zero: If you are the owner of a trust, and you intend to spend it; If you are the custodian of the trust assets.