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I received the following press release from the MN Department of Revenue today:

http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/MNREV-70077e

Basically, it says that you should not file any MN return prepared with Intuit software, including Intuit's professional grade software, due to extensive errors. The warning extends to e-filed and paper returns.

I have never seen such a strong statement from a Tax Department.

Ira
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One thing it does appear to confirm is that all of Intuit's products must be using the same back-end e-filing engine.

I saw this earlier this afternoon on my current software's discussion board. And although I don't use Lacerte any more, I still get their user group e-mails. The issue hasn't been raised there - and it's an independent discussion group not controlled by Lacerte.

--Peter
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We got the same email from the MN Dept of Revenue.

Boy, you can't buy publicity like that!

Bill
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One thing it does appear to confirm is that all of Intuit's products must be using the same back-end e-filing engine.
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Yes, but the notice also includes paper-filed returns.

I saw an earlier news items to the effect that MN really was having problems with Intuit. The MN property tax credit was part of it; I think maybe state-fed. depreciation differences was another.

Bill
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