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What does "Efiled Return" in the EF Status column mean? Apparently, quite often it means a return was efiled and encountered no errors but never actually went to IRS.

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How is a message that is meaningless and not at all helpful worthwhile? How can we help a client if we think their return has been filed when it hasn't? 

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E*filed* is NOT the same as accepted.  Returns are often rejected for various reasons and you, as the preparer, need to follow up on those.

Edit - a PS user can give the specifics on how to actually implement the *best practices* of monitoring the acceptance of returns.

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The return is either in the Pending tab or the Accepted Tab, and if in the Accepted Tab when you open the return the Form 9325 will be included.     I rarely pay attention to that EF Status column.

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