Self-employed with Individual 401(k) plan. When calculating employee contributions for ty 2020, ProSeries Basic indicates max is $19,000 with catch up of $6,000.
When will programmers reflect the proper amount for ty 2020 of $19,500 plus $6,500 catch for total of $26,000?
I have to overwrite the entries right now.
And how do you make "suggestions" to the programmers directly?
"And how do you make "suggestions" to the programmers directly?"
You can go directly to list of known ProSeries issues at ............................................... Never mind, it was just a dream that I keep having that Intuit actually listened to us about keeping users informed of defects.
"FWIW I added it to the bug list in the back room"
But that's the problem with Intuit ---------------------- too many back rooms that they hide stuff in. I'm guessing they never really want to provide a list of all of the known issues to its customers out of fear that most of the customers would flee if they saw how many issues there actually were.
its just a delayed update.
REALLY delayed, because the IRS announced the new rates in November of 2019. When it is announced a YEAR before the software comes out, you would THINK they would have those updated when they release the software in November.
But Intuit's stupidity is that they program the software based on IRS Publications, rather than anything authoritative.
"But Intuit's stupidity is that they program the software based on IRS Publications, rather than anything authoritative."
Bill - you need to quit trying to hide your emotions. You should start expressing how you really feel about Intuit 😁