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Subject:  Re: California AMT Date:  4/5/2013  7:19 PM
Author:  ptheland Number:  118301 of 132496

Something's not right there. I haven't seen a client affected by CA AMT in probably the last decade.

Offhand, I'd take a close look at the Schedule P. Read through the lines and see what line has an illogical amount on it.

Or take the shortcut. Override the AMT to zero, delete schedule P, and file on paper if necessary. This time of year, sometimes you just gotta get 'er DONE. </Larry the Cable Guy voice>

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