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Jack from Ohio

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  1. I need to put MAX 2013 on my new desktop (WIN 10) Domain server, (2011 server software) 12 workstations, all WIN 10. I cannot find the install file. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I know that the filing date and payment date for clients that live in Texas, is June 15, 2021. Client in Texas requested an extension on June 2, 2021. I processed the extension on June 2, 2021, and it was rejected. Here is the rejection. Federal Extension "Form 4868can only be filed after the 'TaxPeriodEndDate' in the IRS Submission Manifest and on or before the due date to which the extension applies, unless Line 8 checkbox or Line 9 checkbox is checked." Does the Texas due date extension, allow Form 4868 to be filed up until June 15, 2021? I have searched far and wide. There are many sources talking about what is allowed to be filed, but not a word about filing an extension. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. If you need any assistance with OHIO return, send me a PM, and I will assist you. I work part time at a firm, and we will do1,800-2,000 OHIO returns every year. I can help you.
  4. We do not attempt to e-file RITA. Too many bad experiences. We use the generic Ohio for 95% of our municipal returns. If you need assistance, we are quite familiar with ATX and muni returns. Send me a PM, I will be glad to assist you.
  5. And you do not have State, School, or municipal tax returns. If I only dealt with 1040, I could triple my return count.
  6. Question: Can a spouse, with no income, claim injured spouse? He is paying on long overdue student loans. 2019, both had income, so she claimed injured spouse, we prorated everything accordingly, and everything was fine. Here are facts for 2020: Couple filing joint. She has no income in 2020. AGI-$27K. 2 children, 8 & 11. Tax paid in of $981. EIC of $5477. ACTC of $2800. Total refund of $9,258. I have only slightly researched, and my gut says no. I am up to my eyeballs in late and returns that I am still working to complete. I am hoping some of you can verify my thoughts, or explain what she may be able to claim, as injured spouse.
  7. ATX truncates the names automatically.
  8. "The IRS strongly urges taxpayers not to file amended returns related to the new legislative provisions or take other unnecessary steps at this time. The IRS will provide taxpayers with additional guidance on those provisions that could affect their 2020 tax return, including the retroactive provision that makes the first $10,200 of 2020 unemployment benefits nontaxable. For those who haven't filed yet, the IRS will provide a worksheet for paper filers and work with software industry to update current tax software so that taxpayers can determine how to report their unemployment income on their 2020 tax return. For those who received unemployment benefits last year and have already filed their 2020 tax return, the IRS emphasizes they should not file an amended return at this time, until the IRS issues additional guidance." …
  9. My experience, since attaching pdf file was make available, has been just like Yardley CPA. I ignore the size warning, and go forward.
  10. Just reboot your computer every 3-4 hours. ATX programmers ARE lazy.
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