I can't get the balance sheet to balance, is there a bug in how depreciation is calculated in Business 2018?

The business is residential real estate rentals.  I have used Turbo Tax in the 3 previous years and everything balanced.  In 2018 I sold a rental and I can't get the partner capital to equal net assets.  It is off by exactly the depreciation from the house sold.  I use a spreadsheet to keep my books and if I don't depreciate the sold home in 2018 then I am in balance on my spreadsheet.



I can confirm there is no bug in the Balance sheet calculation, please contact our support and one of our agents can have a look at the situation and see if there is anything missing.  Support number 1-866-438-8020.

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