I received the following press release from the MN Department of Revenue today: http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/MNREV-70077eBasically, 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
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
We got the same email from the MN Dept of Revenue.Boy, you can't buy publicity like that!Bill
One thing it does appear to confirm is that all of Intuit's products must be using the same back-end e-filing engine. ===================================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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