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I won't be paid for preparing a 1065 for a partnership (I am a partner). For preparer, should I say firm, non-paid preparer or self-prepared? I want to e-file.

AndyG
Level 2
Also, under primary contact, should I list myself, or the other partner?
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George4Tacks
Level 15

Professionally are you a paid preparer? If so, mark paid preparer. (Some where in the recesses of my mind, if you are partner preparing the 1065 as part of your duties as a partner, then you are considered a paid preparer.)

2nd question - YES! (i.e. pick the one that can best respond to an IRS contact) 


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AndyG
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Thanks! Any other thoughts from members?

 

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IRonMaN
Level 15

Any other thoughts?  No, George is charge of the forum thoughts generator today.  But his answer does sound pretty good so personally, I would run with it.

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