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Client disabled needs 4 amd returns for 7K/yr exmptns. Previously self-prepd. No change fed? Do I still have to file fed? I was shocked to rcv no support from intuit.

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Need help!  I have prior returns from client for 14, 15, 16, and 17, federal and state of HI.  They also provided N-172, which shows spouse is totally disabled.  That entitles the HH to a $7K exemption on their state taxes, but I haven't anything in the IRC that would change that return.  So my questions are (1) how do I efficiently accomplish this with so much data entry (4 years).  (2) Can I simply input the Hawaii returns?

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" I was shocked to rcv no support from intuit."   What kind of *support* were you expecting from Intuit?  Free software for those years? TAX advice on the impact on the F 1040?

You state there's a lot of data entry.  For an amended return, you don't need to enter all the details (unless the details are changed due to the amended return) - unless HI is radically different.

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It depends on what the state laws are but if the taxes were paid over two years ago, the 2014 is no longer an open year for federal purposes.
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" I was shocked to rcv no support from intuit."   What kind of *support* were you expecting from Intuit?  Free software for those years? TAX advice on the impact on the F 1040?

You state there's a lot of data entry.  For an amended return, you don't need to enter all the details (unless the details are changed due to the amended return) - unless HI is radically different.

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