Could you help me understand your statement? Do you mean your client clicked on the button within your invite (which contains a token), entered the same email address to which the invite was sent (which should be populated automatically by the browser), proceeded to create an Intuit account (presumably because he never had one, for TurboTax or anything else), but not able to complete the process?
Please elaborate a bit on the issue your client is having.
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I'll try my best. I'm a newbie and only spent a couple of minutes with my client.
So... yes... I sent an invite and he accepted then tried to create his Intuit account, and could not complete the process. He said that a message came up that said something like "account not found".
(Last month I had entered his prior year information into a 2019 Pro Tax return in order to get used to the software and have some info available for 2020. But at that time I had not entered an email into his client profile.)
I obtained his email, updated his client profile in Pro Tax then sent an invite.
Because this is a new process for both myself and my clients I stayed on the phone with him. We tried it a couple of times and had the same result.
I'm not sure why he is being hung up with creating an account and any insight or help would be greatly appreciated.
Hope I'm able to help, Veronica. Intuit Link is not the most intuit(ive).
Since he got a message along the line of "account not found", that tells me he tried to login to an account that never existed, from the screen that opens after clicking on the button in your invite.
If he's never had an Intuit account (e.g. for TurboTax), he will need to click on the link in tiny prints in blue towards the bottom, which says New to Intuit? Create an account to create a new account. Just make sure he does so by clicking on the button in your invite and create the account using the same email to which the invite was sent.
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