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Filed 2020 return and see some state tax forms state "Form Not Final - Do Not File".

I was able to electronically file my 2020 federal and state tax returns on Jan 28, 2021. Looking at the pdfs, some of the Wisconsin forms state "Form Not Final - Do Not File". Why did TurboTax allow me to file if the forms were not finalized? What do I need to do now?

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Filed 2020 return and see some state tax forms state "Form Not Final - Do Not File".

Your return was not actually filed, it was sent to a queue for holding. The PDFs and the message are just to let you know that you should not mail those in. Many folks in past have done this, therefore years ago they began having that message pre-printed on such forms. The IRS is beginning to accept and process returns on February 12th and most States are following suit with this date. Here is a link with more information, by State:

 

State Tax Forms Availability Table for TurboTax

romeb251
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Filed 2020 return and see some state tax forms state "Form Not Final - Do Not File".

So went the file be submitted you can you get it and make a fix it

 

SForrestLO
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Filed 2020 return and see some state tax forms state "Form Not Final - Do Not File".

@romeb251

 

Can you clarify the issue/question?

 

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