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Is anyone having their client's return rejected when they paid estimated tax?

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My client made estimated tax payments and should not receive a penalty. The return keeps getting rejected saying the 2210 form needs to be filed. Program filed form and under explanation put 85% exception.

But the return keeps coming back rejected saying ther must be a waiver of explanation statement completed.  Fill that out and its still being rejected saying the same thing.  

I have deleted the return and re-entered info but same thing.

???

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Its a known bug with the 2210. If no penalty applies,  I've been using Override and unchecking that Box A.


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Its a known bug with the 2210. If no penalty applies,  I've been using Override and unchecking that Box A.


♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥Lisa♥¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪

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But with an override - you can't efile, right?
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Overriding box A doesn't cause any issues, I have done a couple of those myself.
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It pops up a warning that overrides exist, I just click OK and Efile anyhow.

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I did what was suggested and the return was accepted.....thanks for the info
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