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ProSeries not supporting e-filing an individual return with K-1 income

JGrahamAtlCPA
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I'm getting an error message on a North Carolina nonresident return that say "Returns with K-1s are not eligible for electronic filing.  ProSeries does not support this information to be filed electronically."  Message then provides instructions on how to file a paper return.

Is this something new or a bug in the software?  I've never had this issue with a North Carolina return before.

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IntuitGabiU
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The message is popping up because there is tax withholding on Fed K-1 (Line 21).

There's no eta for addressing this at the moment but it has been brought up to the team. 

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IntuitGabiU
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I haven't seen this but I'll keep my eyes open for information and report back. 

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IntuitGabiU
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The message is popping up because there is tax withholding on Fed K-1 (Line 21).

There's no eta for addressing this at the moment but it has been brought up to the team. 

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JGrahamAtlCPA
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Thanks!

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sjrcpa
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@JGrahamAtlCPA  If the NC K-1 with NC withholding is the only NC source income I believe when you read the instructions you will find that no NC nonresident return is required


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JGrahamAtlCPA
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Thanks!  On the ones that I have to file, the nonresident withholding is way more than the taxpayers' liability, so it's worthwhile to go ahead and file paper returns.

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