IRS estimate #2 for 2020 is still showing a due date of 6/15/20 instead of 7/15/20. Is there a fix so it doesn't have to be changed for every client's tax return?
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Many, many have already asked this question. Maybe do a little reading/search?
Type "due date" in the *search the new community* and you'll get multiple hits.
Intuit might get around to it, but I wouldn't bet on it.
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Appreciate the help.
This is me on a small rant: this affects many returns, we pay Lacerte quite a bit to take care of this. Other software companies have already taken care of this. Why should we have to override / jury rig the software for a major item? We shouldn't. Lacerte has really dragged their feet in timely fixing issues this year. I can cut them a bit of slack, but this should have been fixed last week. Fingers crossed we get it today.
If you don't like Intuit's forms, you could always use the official forms from the IRS:
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.