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So you want to e-file the return to speed up the processing time.  Then you want mail in the 1310 so it can go into one of those piles of unopened mail the IRS is still sifting through that will in e... See more...
So you want to e-file the return to speed up the processing time.  Then you want mail in the 1310 so it can go into one of those piles of unopened mail the IRS is still sifting through that will in effect put the return on hold forever and three days?  Is that the general idea?
That's fine as long as you are planning on paper filing the up to ten returns that you prepare.  If you have a desire to e-file even one of them, you will need an EFIN.
But you do need an EFIN if you plan on e-filing any of those 4 returns.
If you mean estimated taxes, look for the tax payments worksheet.
@garman22  - they haven't made an anvil strong enough to crack the coconut!  Obviously the coconut is made of iron ----------------------- but it can lead to having a brain that is prone to rusting  ... See more...
@garman22  - they haven't made an anvil strong enough to crack the coconut!  Obviously the coconut is made of iron ----------------------- but it can lead to having a brain that is prone to rusting  😟
At the risk of being tarred and feathered by other users, I really didn't have any life threatening issues with the software this year.  But during tax season I do look at this forum daily to be on t... See more...
At the risk of being tarred and feathered by other users, I really didn't have any life threatening issues with the software this year.  But during tax season I do look at this forum daily to be on the lookout for any major catastrophes hitting the software to try and avoid the issues when I can.  My biggest issue with the software is the amount of time it takes to fix an issue and the lack of ever providing any kind of time frame for the anticipated fixes.
I was going to guess puce was in there somewhere but I guess I guessed wrong  🤔
It’s about as good of a deal as paying $50 for an extended service agreement on a $15 toaster.
Then you have rental income and no direct offsetting expense.  The "expense" will come later when they will potentially get a reduced selling price for the vehicle somewhere down the road.
https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/individual/help/tax-protection-plus-audit-assistance-id-theft-restoration/00/101048 I'm so happy to see that Intuit is willing to charge us another lovely fee... See more...
https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/individual/help/tax-protection-plus-audit-assistance-id-theft-restoration/00/101048 I'm so happy to see that Intuit is willing to charge us another lovely fee if we are so inclined.  However, I think I will pass for now, but I might be interested in the Intuit Screwup Protection Plan if they ever offer that.  Just a little something to help everyone sleep at night, not having to worry about potential client issues from an Intuit programming error.
Out of curiosity, what colors are included in those flying colors?
If they hold vehicles specifically identified as rental vehicles, they get depreciated.  
That is more impressive than the paper stuff that comes with a game of Monopoly.
First question: How many returns do you have that will be filed late because of COVID vs just pure old fashioned procrastination? Second question: Does anybody actually think the IRS is going to p... See more...
First question: How many returns do you have that will be filed late because of COVID vs just pure old fashioned procrastination? Second question: Does anybody actually think the IRS is going to pay any attention and read what is printed across the top of the return?
Whether extended or not, the tax was still due on the actual due date of the return.
I think the client gives that to you.
I'm guessing not, at least not until enough people start hollering at Intuit. On the flip side, procrastinating does have its dangers  😮
Thanks for the smile Bob -------- of course you wouldn't be able to see it since I do wear a mask.  
Sorry, I heard the word RUDE being shouted and thought someone was calling me.  But as long as I am here, I think the whole issue can be cleared up by listening to a simple little rock tune by some b... See more...
Sorry, I heard the word RUDE being shouted and thought someone was calling me.  But as long as I am here, I think the whole issue can be cleared up by listening to a simple little rock tune by some band called the Rolling Stones - "You Can't Always Get What You Want".
" clients cancelling their tax return preparations due to economic stress due to COVID." I was kinda wondering about that comment too  🤔