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pumpkinwebb
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Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?

This isn't my math, this is turbotax's math. If I correct the error, it just comes back again.
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rondakadams
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Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?

I am having this problem too " Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?"

It's not my math, it's turbo tax. 

Can someone please address this? I've been going back the last two days to see if it's fixed. I would like to e-file my state.

JulieS
Employee Tax Expert

Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?

Schedule CA is not final because the state of California has not finalized their form. You will have to wait to file your state until the state form is available.

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pumpkinwebb
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Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?

I filed my own thru Turbotax last week.  This was for someone else.  So it worked last week, not now.  I went to the CA state tax website and filed it directly on their site, with no problem.  

 

 

Casten
Returning Member

Getting "check this entry - Schedule CA: Part II, Line 4, Col A must equal line 1 minus line 3. (110). How to fix?

Julia mentioned in another thread that you can check the status here:

Click here to see the current status of Schedule CA. 

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