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Need help superceding a corporate return

ray1
Level 1
Does anyone know how to supercede a corporate return in PTO or Lacerte? I can't find the option within the softwares.
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abctax55
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If you've already efiled the return, all you can do to file a superseding return is to paper file it.  I'd suggest doing so certified & return receipt.

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abctax55
Level 15

If you've already efiled the return, all you can do to file a superseding return is to paper file it.  I'd suggest doing so certified & return receipt.

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ray1
Level 1
Thank you! I figured I could do that since I filed an extension.
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Bant91
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Is there a way to e-file a return originally paper-filed and mark it as a superseded return? 

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AshleyatIntuit
Employee
Employee

  Lacerte does not support e-filing superseding returns if the original return was already e-filed from Lacerte. These returns will be recorded as a duplicate return by the Intuit server and rejected with a transmission failure...

AshleyatIntuit
Employee
Employee
I would assume PTO is the same, but not sure....
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ray1
Level 1
Bummer. Thanks for the response!
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