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Error: Duplicate SubmissionID

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I am having several (12) Fed rejects (#63) that says:

"The return submitted contains a duplicate SubmissionID.  Recreate this return to assign a new SubmissionID and retransmit it."

I recreate the e-files and resubmit, and all is well.  I cannot find any reason for the error, and cannot find any commonality among the returns. 

I would like to know the cause, and be proactive to prevent.  We will process nearly 3K returns, this year, at the firm where I work part time, and this is just a time consumer.

The Knowledge Base has correction for this area code, but it is for 2012, 2013, 2014, & 2015.  (Oxford commas are here to stay!!!)

Any information would be helpful.

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Having the same issue and like you haven't been able to identify the problem.  Interested to see if anyone has a solution.

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On 2/7/2019 at 11:12 AM, Jack from Ohio said:

I am having several (12) Fed rejects (#63) that says:

"The return submitted contains a duplicate SubmissionID.  Recreate this return to assign a new SubmissionID and retransmit it."

I recreate the e-files and resubmit, and all is well.  I cannot find any reason for the error, and cannot find any commonality among the returns. 

I would like to know the cause, and be proactive to prevent.  We will process nearly 3K returns, this year, at the firm where I work part time, and this is just a time consumer.

The Knowledge Base has correction for this area code, but it is for 2012, 2013, 2014, & 2015.  (Oxford commas are here to stay!!!)

Any information would be helpful.

same issues here

 

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This appears to be caused by using a blank template return that you duplicate for new clients. Every one ends up with the same SID.

If anyone knows how to generate a new SID without having to efile and then have it rejected, I'd sure like to know!

Thanks!

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I have a second fake ERO with the EFIN 111111 and I put that in and then I change it back to my normal efin. I use the "Insert Preparer/ERO on Return" to this

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