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IRS E-file Error do not know what it means everything looks good to me “?

Asked by: kcomment 976 views YA Discussion

Here’s the reason for the rejection:

Field/Xpath: /efile:Return/efile:ReturnData/efile:IRS8919/efile:TotalWagesWithNoWithholdingAmt
Issue : If “Wages Lit” has the value “F8919″, the corresponding “Wages Not Shown Amt” must be equal to the sum of all Form 8919, Line 6
“Total Wages With No Withholding Amt”.

I went to form 8919 and looked and read the whole pamphlet still can not figure it out. Every thing looks good some one please help.
I Filling a regular 1040 because one of my employers sent me 1099 mis but I am not a contractor I am an employee. so I filled this form keeps giving me the same error. Don’t want to pay somebody some one give me some help.

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7 Answers

  1. Mr.Gangnam on Feb 06, 2013 Reply

    you need to consult a tax accountant

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  2. A Hunch on Feb 06, 2013 Reply

    If you believe that you are an employee and not an independent contractor, you need to complete Form SS-8, Form 8919 and the regular Form 1040.

    On Form 8919 – you need to enter line #1:
    Name of the company
    EIN number from the 1099
    Reason Code G – you have filed form SS8 but you don’t have an answer
    Leave the date blank
    Check the box that you received the 1099
    Enter the amount of the 1099.

    On Form 8919 – line 6 needs to match the amount in line 1

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  3. Quick Answers on Feb 06, 2013 Reply

    Did you remember to add the wages to line 7? Not only do you have to pay the payroll tax on the 1099-Misc amount, you must also include it as income.

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  4. Bill on Feb 06, 2013 Reply

    I am in the exact same boat as the questioner. I have been doing my own taxes successsfully for 40 years and have never encountered anything like this. The above 3 replies do not help.

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  5. Bill on Feb 06, 2013 Reply

    By the way, if the amount in the 1099-MISC was located in Box 7, trhen the reason code should be H and there is no date required. The way the math logic flows, there are only a couple of actual entries to make (excluding the computations) and they are quite obvious. Line 8 should be the FICA wages (box 3) from your W2. Then as long as the final added tax is entered into line 57 of form 1040 and the gross amount of the 1099-MISC is added to your W2 wages in line 7 of form 1040, then it should work. So kcomment, I am as mystified as you. Someone please provide an explanation as to why this is not working.

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