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Subject: Re: Electronic Filing w/ self selected pin Date: 3/15/2001 8:54 PM
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Yes, I filed electronically last year (1999 tax year) and everything went without a hitch.
I also imported last year's data from TT.
My AGI on the self select PIN screen was identical to the printed copy of what I filed electronically last year.
I tried resubmitting. To do so I had to submit a duplicate return because the software didn't allow an uncorrected, same-as-before return. That cost another filing fee. The result was the same.
Thanks for the response. I am about to give up, file my mail to the IRS and try to recoup some of my investment in TurboTax (Original purchase price plus two $11.95 filing fees). You can't get the rebate for the filing fee unless your return is accepted by the IRS and you get your Document Control Number.
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