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Understanding the differences between Tax Import and Tax Scan and Import in ProSeries

SOLVEDby Intuit14Updated October 20, 2023

Within ProSeries Professional, there are two ways to import data:

  • Tax Import: This no-additional-cost service allows you to directly download your clients' 1099-B, 1099-INT, and 1099-DIV data from participating financial institutions—via a website that's easy for you and your clients to use and access.
  • Tax Scan and Import: This add-on feature allows you to scan source documents and upload them for processing through your ProSeries software, where our online services convert them into a digital format that can be downloaded directly into the tax forms.

For a full feature comparison, refer to the ProSeries Data Import page.


ProSeries Basic doesn't support the Tax Scan and Import option. However, you do have access to the Tax Import option.

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