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How can I switch my filing fee

  • I accidentally pressed the wrong button for my filing fee
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How can I switch my filing fee

Please explain what that means.   Which product edition are you currently using, and what product did you want to use?    I'll assume you haven't yet paid and filed.

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How can I switch my filing fee

I was trying to get the free file for my taxes but pushed the wrong button by accident. I don't know if my taxes has been filed now or not.

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How can I switch my filing fee


@lilkristirodkey wrote:

I was trying to get the free file for my taxes but pushed the wrong button by accident. I don't know if my taxes has been filed now or not.


You complete your tax return by finishing all 3 Steps in the File section. In Step 3, to e-file your tax return, you must click on the large Orange button labeled "Transmit my returns now".

 

If you did not do this, the tax return was not e-filed.

 

If you have not paid for the online edition you are using, have not filed your tax return or registered the Free edition, then you can clear your return and start over with a lower priced edition. Click on Tax Tools on the left side of the program screen while working on the 2019 online tax return. Click on Clear & Start Over.

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Use the TurboTax Free File program if you are eligible - https://freefile.intuit.com/
If you are eligible you can use the TurboTax Free File Program which is free to file both a federal and state tax return. The Free File Program edition is a full featured personal tax program and on a separate website from the TurboTax online editions.

 

To qualify for free 2019 federal and state tax returns with the Free File Program, you'll need to meet at least one of these requirements:

  • A maximum 2019 adjusted gross income (AGI) of $36,000; or
  • You qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC); or
  • You served as active duty military (including Reservists and National Guard) with a maximum 2019 AGI of $69,000 (you'll also need a military-issued W-2).