CA Fiduciary e-file extension not converting/transmitting until various, unrelated errors in the return, are cleared. E-filing the CA extension form 3563

E-filing CA Fiduciary extension form 3563 should NOT check to see if there are errors in the actual return.  This is unique to CA.  A Federal return can have many errors/estimates, and proseries still lets you e-file the extension.

Stop making errors/estimates in the CA form 541 stop you from filing a CA extension form 3563.

We go to a lot of work to estimate CA tax liability to come up with an extension amount, then I have to clear all estimates to file extension...this causes us to loose track of what amounts remain to be adjusted later this summer when the return is filed.

The only work around is to have a "clean" 541...clearing all the stuff that came over from Fed, undoing all your work

Just have CA check for errors in the extension when only converting/transmitting the extension

PROGRAM ERROR!!!!!!

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