Each year I keep hoping that I will be able to e-file the D-20 and the D-30, and each year I am disappointed. Since 2016, DC has participated in the MeF. Drake, Ultratax and Prosystems e-files it. The D-20 isn't some weird, arcane form...its the basic corporate tax return.
Admittedly, the D-30 is a bit arcane, so I can get that, but the D-20? Come on...
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You seem to have come to the wrong .... oh, wait, I see you're Level 3, you must have been around for a while. See, the problem is that all the DC tax preparers have already signed up for Drake, Ultratax and Prosystems, so there is just no market for Intuit to sell such a product improvement.
Happy day Bob,
Ok. So let's look at this a new way.
Hey Intuit! Did you know that when there's a change in the political party operating in DC, that the number of new businesses opening in DC skyrocket? Did you know that a lot of businesses have moved from MD to DC because of the deductability of the franchise tax? Yes, its (likely) true! This is a spectacular market opportunity to capitalize on attracting new tax practitioners that suddenly find themselves needing to file DC returns. Why let Drake, Ultratax and Prosystems own the nation's capital?