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How can I file the Form 8868 (extension) for Form 990-T electronically? Several of our clients file the 990 and the 990-T so both need to be extended. Thank you!

nicolemald
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IRonMaN
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You can't, the 990T extension has to be paper filed.

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IRonMaN
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You can't, the 990T extension has to be paper filed.

ACME Taxes, Tatoos, Tires and Tomatoes (I had to get rid of the turtles - they kept running away)

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nicolemald
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Okay, thank you so much! I'll get that mailed out tomorrow. 🙂
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IRonMaN
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You betcha!
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coralli
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The 990T has to be paper filed in general but can you efile the 990 and then paper file the 990T separately in ProSeries?

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IRonMaN
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Yup

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coralli
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Do you know how? It will not allow us to efile because of the 990-T. Is there a work around for it to not try and attach the 990-T. Oddly, it allowed to efile the extension for both 990 and 990-T.

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IRonMaN
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I assume that you have the box checked for "form 990 with 990T" on the information worksheet.  When you are ready to e-file the 990, click the "form 990 only " box.

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coralli
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THANK YOU!

IRonMaN
Level 15

You betcha!

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ramledray
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For 2020, the IRS is REQUIRING that IRS Form 990-T be e-filed

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