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Corporate forms that can't be e-filed in Lacerte

SOLVEDby IntuitLacerte Tax24Updated July 14, 2022

If any of the forms listed below are filed as stand-alone returns, i.e. not part of a consolidated return, they must be filed on paper since they aren't currently processed on the IRS' Modernized e-File (MeF) system. However, if any of the following forms are part of a consolidated return, they may be attached in PDF format. They should be named appropriately and attached to the top-level consolidated return.

For a complete list of forms you can file through the MeF system, see the IRS website.

1120-C (formerly 990-C)Farmer's Cooperative Association
1120-FSCForeign Sales Corporations
1120-HHomeowners Association
1120-IC-DISCInterest Charge Domestic International sales
1120-NDNuclear Decommission Trusts
1120-REITReal Estate Investment Trust
1120-RICRegulated Investment Companies
1120SFSettlement Funds

Corporations required to e-file who have 1120-L or 1120-PC subsidiary returns must file them in XML format. See e-file for Large Business and International (LB&I) page on the IRS website for additional information.

Lacerte doesn't support all of these forms. The forms supported by Lacerte to complete and paper file are Forms 1120-C and 1120-H.

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