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Your software continues to print out bad dates in the instructions to our clients.

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What is a BAD date? 

 


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@George4Tacks  "What is a BAD date? "

You've obviously not met some of the women I've dated.

But Sally, she was something else.  She showed my how to use her Sharpie, if you know what I mean.  You should cross out April and write in July, and explain enthusiastically  "hand crafted cover letters are the best!"

Last I heard, she had lost her job with a major software company, having ben replaced by a robot programmer.  Then the company went out of business because their remarkably lazy customers couldn't charge clients for doing no work.  

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Not *MY* software.....

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Sounds like a disclaimer is in place.

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Like this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXn2QVipK2o

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@dtewsley  here is a neat little link... that explains the 'community' somewhat... gonna go out on a limb, and say that I think Intuit owns the software...not all the preparers like your self that frequent this board...

 

https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/community-basics/discussion/getting-started-in-the-tax-pro-c...

 

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The dates in the letter for California were updated!


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