Anyone else noticing that the tax liability of your client’s 2020 individual tax returns has changed after the return has already been e-filed. What is going on? Why is this happening? I sampled several returns myself this morning and most of them resulted in a $1,000+ adjustment to their tax liability. This is unacceptable.
Also, recently the ProSeries Professional program has been crashing daily. I have attempted to run the Client Query which will allow me to see the full extent this issue, but I can’t even use that tool because the program has crashed every single time I run it.
This is AGI changing - not the stimulus credits. And none of these clients have any unemployment compensation. What's gong on here? I can't even determine what ProSeries is changing other than looking at the "Display Changes" screen where it shows me AGI decreased. Why did AGI decrease????
Garman - understand that about Lisa - I just think I have seen her answer this a number of times, and she understands it better than I, as I have not had this particular problem.
have a great day
Yeah, she is pretty dope!! She is a super user. 😁
It's a glitch regarding the advance recovery credit. It's a bogus message that you can ignore. As a side note, I have them popping up in my system too.
Edit: as a side note, the E in my middle name stands for Lisa ------------ my folks couldn't spell very well.
Why isn't Intuit adding a yellow banner to the homebase advising us of this REALLY IMPORTANT issue? We get yellow banners to tell us unimportant stuff from time to time, but this is a big deal. And why is the program displaying changes to the stimulus credits? Is it trying to tell us that the IRS made the change on their end and my client can expect a change in their originally-filed refund? Would be kind of nice to know that so that I can preemptively contact my client and let them know what's going on...BEFORE they call me and let me know their refund changed. Reduces the embarrassment aspect of the call.
Here is the announcement:
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