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linaamc
New Member

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

It is saying I can still print my state return and file it by mail, but I want to make sure there isn't an issue before doing so.
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AshleyLO
Intuit Alumni

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

You can print your state return and mail it in or if you'd prefer to e-file it, please reach out to our customer service support reps for assistance with working past this error message. 

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Mike9241
Level 15

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

make sure you didn't by mistake enter the same w-2 twice. 

GregS16
New Member

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

If the program imported the information from the federal portion, it should be correct.  Furthermore, there is no easy option to review the information in the state portion.  Frankly, the interface revisions are not very good. 

 

swiles
Level 2

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

You need a better explanation other than paper file. Is this a withholding or wage issue? On the W-2, Box 1, 16, and 18 are the same as they should be and never caused an issue in the past. All withholdings are different and correctly entered. How can this be resolved without paper filing, especially since you let me pay the $20 state e-filing fee first before telling me there was an issue???

Critter-3
Level 15

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

If you have  "withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount" then review your entries again ... look at boxes 2, 17 & 19 this time ... did you accidentally enter the amount from 1, 16 or 18 by mistake ? 

 

swiles
Level 2

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

No I did not.

ErnieS0
Employee Tax Expert

Indiana return is ineligible for e-filing because: At least two of the four withholding and wage amounts on W-2 statement have same dollar amount. What does this mean?

Sometimes this issue comes up if you've entered cents. Try using whole dollar amounts if you have, for example 2500.00.

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