I just hope we don't wear it out before Feb 12th. The ACME counter sale doesn't start until Feb 13th.
There was a yellow banner notice in the software saying that the ACME counter sale was postponed until February 14th this year because they know how much we LOVE answering the same questions over and over and over and over . . .
Intuit doesn't shut down e-filing; IRS does. When the IRS is ready, so will Intuit be ready.
I might challenge that assertion. IRS was accepting business returns on 1/8/21. Intuit was not ready to transmit until today.
I understand the IRS closes and opens the season, not Intuit. However, the IRS did start HUB testing today for e-filing and accepting prior year 2018-2019 returns and many software companies elect to participate in this program; Intuit does not.
When the HUB testing begins for 2020 returns, I will take advantage of the early e-filing option in order to file 2 clients before the Non-Custodial parent can file and claim the dependents and credits they are not entitled to claim.
HUB testing participation can be a very useful tool.