Hi I have a few 1065 filed by deadline - some still shows accepted some shows e-file complete. can you tell me the difference? thanks

you are not answering my question?


I think this will show you:

Select a client that is e-file complete > Press F4 > Look at e-file Status TAB. You should see a listing of several dates and statuses. Scroll through them and look at the verbiage in the Description column. 

Do the same for one that is only e-file complete. Hopefully you see what is missing and how to make it complete. If not, add a comment below. 

"you are not answering my question?" - I HOPE NOT!

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