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Calif Form 100 for an HOA

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How can I override amounts in Calif Form 100 that have come from Federal Form 1120 for an HOA?

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Well, now I've found I CAN e-file both the federal AND state returns (1120 & 100) for this HOA.  The problem was with needing to "Remove" a supporting schedule I was using for the federal return each time I switched to the state return.  So, I've solved my problem, although it's making me feel the program is a bit clumsy in this area.  Thanks, guys!

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Have you tried to right click on the amounts you want to override?      I'm not a fan of overriding. That number is there from data input so if the amount isn't correct I ask myself why.

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I'm discovering I can't e-file the state if I want to show different numbers than what's being reported on the 1120.  I know that sounds weird, but this is for an HOA.  Making progress but still struggling with state 100 looking like I want it to but then reverting back to unwanted data from 1120 when printing.  😞

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Well, now I've found I CAN e-file both the federal AND state returns (1120 & 100) for this HOA.  The problem was with needing to "Remove" a supporting schedule I was using for the federal return each time I switched to the state return.  So, I've solved my problem, although it's making me feel the program is a bit clumsy in this area.  Thanks, guys!

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