Is anyone have a problems with Return Rejected code R000-902? lot of my clients is been rejedted without filing their return
I'm having the same problem. Had two with this reject code today. Any resolution? Did you call the IRS?
Did I mention you people were hunting the wrong beast. Oh, I mentioned it three times in this thread. This error code is not identiy theft. Quit trying to solve wrong problem. 515 is error code not 902. Try changing DCN to something different or at least try something.
TaxWise has been sending out email news regarding reject codes 901 & 902 that appear to be related to IRS and state piggyback returns (I do not have experience with the state EFiling). It appears that IRS is separating the federal from the state on some returns and then there are 2 returns so the reject occurs. They were recommending a workaround for resubmitting the part that has not been accepted. (If that is what this is about I am so glad we do not have state income tax here). All of this also shows that often times this is something that should not be tried "at home" (DIY)!
I think that is a duplicate DCN. Make sure any other computers are set to begin at least 1000 numbers higher than others so they don't get duplicated. Go into return and middle of info sheet change DCN to a different number.
That Why IRS is not looking into this matter it appear that I'am the only one with this Rejected code R0000-902, it it not 29 it's a new code for new system everytime i get it IRS is tell me to paper file the return.
Thank everyone for your input
Having the same problem with my 1040. What is up with this?
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been rejedted without filing their
Am I the only one struggling with how it was rejedted without filing?
We have used e-filing for the past 15 years and this year our 1040 e-file tax return was rejected with this same error code. The software imports all the Taxpayer personal information from the year before. Nothing has changed as for our filing status or personal ID's. Last week, my husband and I even went to one of our state Federal IRS offices and talked to a representative there. They could not give us an answer as to why we would be rejected on this. Several rep's looked at the "reject" on their computers. They said if someone had used one of our SS#'s, they would also have had to have our date of birth. It almost sounds like a problem with the IRS computers because we used 2 different income tax software programs, thinking the problem could be a glitch in the software, but both times we finished our taxes and then tried e-filing the return, it was rejected for the same reason. Changing software was a suggestion from the rep's at the IRS office. Now we've spent over $150 on software including state filing fees and we are still getting rejected!!! I have rechecked all our information 3x's, everything is correct.
It seems this is happening to a whole lot of people. So many people won't be able to file electronically if this is a problem on the IRS end and continues with out a fix. Can we believe there is tons of people who have had their SS#'s or other ID stolen over the past year and someone else is actually filing using their personal ID? It is hard to believe that so many returns or taxpreparers are making typo's.
What is really going on?
I would venture to guess that your Social security number was stolen and someone already filed a return this year using your social security number...ie IDENTITY THEFT.
...I know...it happened to me this year, and I am right in the middle of all the red tape to solve this. Dont count on getting your return for oh I'd say about 6 months or longer. Plus you'll be putting a [removed] of a lot of time in contacting the IRS FTC all 3 credit reporting companies, filing affadavit (IRS form 14039) This has been a huge problem as of late...been on our local news etc. Google is your friend here. Good Luck!
I've been having this same issue.. I called the irs.. they do not even have a tax-return for my SS# for 2011, nothing on record for me since 2010.. so i am being rejected for NO reason.. I've even called the SS office to be sure no one is using it and they said everything looked fine. This is such a pain...!!!!
I just found this IRS Publication for December 2011. www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p1438.pdf
This is confusing because the ERC 902 seems to have had several different meanings. None that I have found mean someone else has used the primary taxpayers SS#. But that is the definition TT software is giving for it.
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