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We need to fill out form 720 for a client. Is form 720 available in Lacerte?

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You can check form availability and status here: https://lfs.intuit.com/

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You can check form availability and status here: https://lfs.intuit.com/

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A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.

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Thanks @itonewbie but that link only provides the main tax return forms. I am not seeing supporting schedules or forms from that link.
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No, ***every*** form and schedule available is there.  If something is not listed, it is ***not*** supported.

I've given you a helpful answer although it's not one you may like.
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Each time I click on the link and follow the prompts, it only shows the main return for each legal entity (1120, 1120s, 1065) and the state returns; nothing else. I would expect at least that the common forms (COGS, depreciation, etc) would show. I will try calling Lacerte.
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No.

Income tax returns are the most imaginative fiction being written today. — Herman Wouk
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"...I am not seeing supporting schedules or forms from that link."

That maybe should be a clue?  And giving Jensen a No vote for providing the link that answered your question is impolite.

If a post answers your question, click on "Accept as solution" for future searches
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