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Efiling 2019 partnership tax return

Jimmy Awad
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When is the last day to efile 2019 partnership tax return usind Proconnect?

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IntuitAustin
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@abctax55 wrote:

Per Intuit' s concession to our widespread complaints, it's 12.23.20 for Lacerte & PS (I think).  I'm assuming PTO is the same.... but not sure. @IntuitAustin .. can you confirm?


Yes, that's correct. Here's a post for PTO and Lacerte 

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abctax55
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Per Intuit' s concession to our widespread complaints, it's 12.23.20 for Lacerte & PS (I think).  I'm assuming PTO is the same.... but not sure. @IntuitAustin .. can you confirm?

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itonewbie
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@abctax55  Actually, the announcement to shutdown e-filing is only for PS.  There has been no announcement yet for Lacerte or PTO, AFAIK.

For PTO, there's none here in the Community, in the FB group, or in-product.  My presumption is that it shouldn't affect either Lacerte or PTO, given we're already after the close of Dec 16.  It'd be great if @IntuitAustin could confirm.

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abctax55
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  • Thx, Jensen. I thought it was a Lacerte announcement.  You'd think it would be both but maybe us Lacertians havent complained enough 😂
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IntuitAustin
Intuit Alumni

@abctax55 wrote:

Per Intuit' s concession to our widespread complaints, it's 12.23.20 for Lacerte & PS (I think).  I'm assuming PTO is the same.... but not sure. @IntuitAustin .. can you confirm?


Yes, that's correct. Here's a post for PTO and Lacerte 

Austin 


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