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Author: searay58 One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121219  
Subject: SSN not in valid range Date: 4/7/2008 10:13 PM
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I finally sold some losing stocks in my 16 year olds custodial account. So I did Turbo tax to record the losses. There was one error which I can't fix. It says:

SSN is not in a valid range.

The number I have put in is her SSN. Is it because she is 16?
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Subject: Re: SSN not in valid range Date: 4/7/2008 10:34 PM
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I finally sold some losing stocks in my 16 year olds custodial account. So I did Turbo tax to record the losses. There was one error which I can't fix. It says:

SSN is not in a valid range.

The number I have put in is her SSN. Is it because she is 16?


No, it's because of a problem in either input or TT analysis. After you've triple-checked the input side, just ignore the error message. If it's preventing you from e-filing her return, file on paper.

As a quick check of where the problem is, did you prepare your return with the same version of TT and claim her as a dependent? If you did without a problem, there's obviously a TT glitch.

Phil

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