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Calfornia EIC based on 1099-NEC

dlmcferran
Level 3

I have a taxpayer who qualifies for $3.00 of California EIC because of earnings on a form 1099-NEC. CA requires the taxpayer's "business information" including Business License Number, SEIN and form number where the income is claimed. None of this pertains to a person who is getting some misc. non-employee compensation. I'd like to supress the credit but I can't figure out how to do it. This is creating a fatal error and the diagnostic (#49687) says the return will be rejected if I don't provide this nonexistant information. Any suggestions?

Dennis McFerran
RTRP, San Jose, CA

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qbteachmt
Level 15

"who is getting some misc. non-employee compensation."

Some? That reporting makes it appear they got at least $600, and that is only the one reporting for them. Are you sure this is not a Schedule C filer?

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dlmcferran
Level 3

He's a young 20 that just graduated and has income from Peace Corp on a 1099-NEC.

Dennis McFerran

 

 

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Just-Lisa-Now-
Level 15
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"CA requires the taxpayer's "business information" including Business License Number, SEIN and form number where the income is claimed."

ProSeries doesnt ask for all this, are you sure its required?


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dlmcferran
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Lacerte generates a critical diagnostic that says "Not addressing this diagnostic will result in the return being rejected". 

Dennis McFerran

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Just-Lisa-Now-
Level 15
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Looks like PS automatically pulls the info from Sch C, the SEIN and Bus Lic dont appear to be required.
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