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The prior year AGI must be something that TT has added. I've successfully e-filed countless returns for clients when I had no idea what their prior year AGI was.

You'll need to work through this one with TT.

I believe you need the AGI for a self-filed efile return where the submitter doesn't have an EFIN. You and I (and other professional preparers)have EFINs assigned by the IRS when we applied for approval to efile.

i seem to recall TT wanted either last yr's AGI *or* last yr's PIN ...since i didn't recall the PIN and AGI was handy, i used AGI

typed AGI wrong and ,like OP, return was 'rejected'

seems i just went back and re-entered, no problem.

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