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Why does it take so long for client transferred from 2017 to 2018 to open in 2018?

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It seems a bit slower, but remember that the 2018 software is really not up to speed (pun intended). You may want to click the icon just to the left of the 18->19 (tumbling blocks?) and refresh the database. 

I have only done proforma on my return and one other to "play" with the program. I am waiting until at least mid December. Hopefully there will be another 2017 update to fix some reported bugs in the proforma process and the 2018 may be a bit more functional. 


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It seems a bit slower, but remember that the 2018 software is really not up to speed (pun intended). You may want to click the icon just to the left of the 18->19 (tumbling blocks?) and refresh the database. 

I have only done proforma on my return and one other to "play" with the program. I am waiting until at least mid December. Hopefully there will be another 2017 update to fix some reported bugs in the proforma process and the 2018 may be a bit more functional. 


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You may have noticed a difference this year due to the changes we're preparing for when filing this year.  Because the forms, tax laws, calculations, reporting, etc. have changed this year, additional items are transferred to maintain accuracy.
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One client or all clients? 

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