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I had ProConnectOnline in 2017, then ProSeries in 2018, have decided I'd prefer to use ProConnect again in 2019. How do I convert my 2018 info or do I need to?


All my 2017 clients are showing up in the 2019 listing for creating new returns for but I'm just thinking it would be easier for me if the info in Proseries (2018) were converted to ProConnect Online because the skipping of the 2018 year will inevitably leave out major changes in business client reporting such as depreciation or sales of rental real estate, etc...

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Yes, you should convert your data from your clients' 2018 returns.  Unless there're major changes, the conversion process should remain the same as in previous years: https://accountants-community.intuit.com/articles/1859723-proconnect-tax-online-conversion-informati...

Here're the items that convert: https://http-download.intuit.com/http.intuit/CMO/proadvisor/ito/pdf/ProSeriesConvertedItems.pdf

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