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Asked by: fgr8out
I messed up on my federal on turbotax but I did another on tax act. What happens if the turbo tax gets rejected? Can they use my tax act one?
Judy on Jan 24, 2013
If the tt one is rejected, it’s like it was never filed, so yes if you fixed the problem, the other would be accepted.
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Bobbie on Jan 24, 2013
January 30 when the IRS is scheduled to start ACCEPTING the efiled online 1040 income tax returns for the 2012 tax year during the 2013 tax filing season.
If your return does NOT get ACCEPTED by the IRS you receive a acknowledgment notice or letter from the IRS or from The software preparer that you did you use for this purpose and time in your life.
Print a copy of it so that you can read it very slowly and carefully and see if does say ACCEPTED or if it does say REJECTED at that time in your life.
REJECTED would mean that you will have to correct the reason for the REJECT letter and start the process over again just like it was never filed before that time.
Why in the world would be doing it on two different software programs during the same tax year filing season for this purpose?
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 01/23/2013
Kyle on Jan 24, 2013
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