just to get an idea how the new 1040 looks and how the input works.. totally different. will take some time to get used to and learn.
anyone else take a look at it yet?
are there any intuit courses or webinars on how to use the 2018 program?
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There always has to be the odd one out there. I just did a test return covering most things from an average return and found you can pretty much ignore those links on the Information Page. Just go to the form you want to use in exactly the way we have always done it. In my case I went to forms and typed in the letter C and went to a Schedule C as it has done for many years. I did the same thing with SE with no changes from the way it was done in prior years. I think we just need to use intuitive (that pun again) reasoning and ignore the extraneous links.
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.
I know there is one for "preparing business returns" designed for new users, but not sure, let me see what I can find. Here is where that one is though: https://proconnect.intuit.com/training/proseries/
I know it's early, and I don't REALLY care yet, but this s*cks a big one.
In other words, for Lines 1-18 on the 1040, why the ^#^@ is Intuit making us work off of the new "1040 Wks" rather than working off the 1040 itself?
****So the top of the "1040 Wks" (the first 4 pages) should be deleted, and replace it with the actual 1040.****
It is already annoying enough that we need to re-learn where everything is due to the change in forms, why does Intuit insist on making it even more complicated?
@Ashley at Intuit (aka Henry Jr) I truly hope we can piece together a webinar of sorts to go over our new PS software. See what magic you can put together.
I will report back @Jim from Ohio when I am finally brave enough to download.
When Intuit bought them out I was amazed how similar the program was
@Just Lisa Now! I probably wont raise my fees for what used to be the Schedule A returns but my businesses (C, K-1's etc) I most certainly will.
@Accountant Man Thanks for the link. I looked at some forms for the first time. Especially the additional schedules.