I am not able to get the 990-T and 109 for Non profit to print a paper copy. The slip-sheets wont print unless I go in and take e-file off all the other returns.

I have tried to get the 990T and 109 to print slip sheets with the government copy with no success. I can go in and manually uncheck the efile boxes and then they pop up. Let me know if you have gotten it to work. thanks!


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Welcome, and thank you for posting your first question in the community. I have tested printing the 109/990-T returns while they are checked for e-filing and I am unable to. The reason this happens is that they are not able to be e-filed. If they are checked for e-filing, they generate fatal diagnostics and when trying to print, they will error because of them. They would have to be unchecked for e-filing in order to be able to print the returns.

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