How to transmit NJ 1065?

Software is rejecting NJ partnership returns and says the defect will be fixed in a future update. The reject instructions say that you can fix the defect by overriding the partner's percentage on sch NJK1. For example, 33.3333 needs to be changed to 33.33000. So I change all the partners percentages. It then gets rejected again and says nj schedule k-1 partner's percentages cannot total 100%. When I adjust a partner's percentage so that the total will be below 100%, there is an error saying that it should be 100%.

Anyone else dealing with this?

Not to mention, the letter is not working for NJ corps. It prints out instructions telling the client to mail checks for estimated payments, and NJ only accepts electronic payments for tax year 2016. That will be fixed some time in the future too. I'm not too happy that I just have to wait for the software to work like it is supposed to at the end of February. I guess you don't get what you pay for. In addition, we have the unlimited license and they try to charge us per return for FY NJ returns while they can't even get the product working correctly.

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