quick employer form trying to continue get internal server error

I am using Quick Employee form and I have my clients entered, once I left click on continue the program tells me it is "SAVING".  Right after that I get an internal server error.  Can someone tell me why I cannot continue to next page.   


This is usually an indication that your Web Browser needs cleaning-up. Open your Web Browder:

1. Click on the three dots (…) at the top right of your web browser

2. A list will pop-up. Click "Settings" at the bottom of the list

3. A menu will pop-up. Under "Clear Browsing Data" click "Choose What to Clear"

4. Select "Browsing History," "Cookies," "Cached Data and Files" "Tabs I've Created" and "Download History"

5. Click "Clear" at the bottom of the Menu

This should clean-up your Browser and enable Quick Forms to operate smoothly.

Kelly L. Tobin, EA, MBA

Superior Tax Consulting, LLC

Lansing, MI


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