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We have gotten numerous emails regarding the Form 1099-PATR that farmers have received from cooperatives over the last few days.
Box 6 of the Form 1099-PATR shows the amount of Domestic Production Activities Deduction (DPAD) that the cooperative has elected to pass through to the patron.
In almost all cases, the amount shown on Form 1099-PATR in this box for 2018 will be the old Section 199 DPAD.
This deduction goes on Form 8903 and is deducted above the line.
The only limit on this deduction is taxable income including capital gains.