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will Lacerte 2013 e-file Form TDF 90-22.1?

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    • The US Department of the Treasury is requiring the electronic filing of the FBAR.  Will we be able to e-file THAT form (whatever the number is going to be) through Lacerte ?
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      Trae, please check some more. That link refers to the TDF 90-22. That form does not exist for 2013 returns. It is now FinCen 114.  And for whatever reason, 2013 Lacerte still has the TDF 90+22.   Reply
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