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I'm with you. I've been focusing on entity returns and won't begin pushing personal returns through the system until later this week.


Likewise. But we've been hung up on those, too.
Just today, ProSystem's latest release includes E-fileable 8825's, which has been holding up a bunch of partnership and S-Corp. returns. And we have a number of C-Corps that were waiting for the Schedule G, or Forms 2220 or 3800 or 4626 to be good to E-File.

As for the 1040's, very few folks have all their 1099's from what I can tell. Or K-1s (see above.)

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