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sam979862
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I checked a business form schedule c by mistake and I could not get it off my return. I did not have a business

 
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WillK
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I checked a business form schedule c by mistake and I could not get it off my return. I did not have a business

You can delete the Schedule C off your return:

·         Login to your TurboTax account

·         Click Continue Your Return

·         In the top right corner of the screen, you will see My Account, click on my Account

·         Click on Tools

·         Under Other Helpful Links you will see delete a form, click on delete a form

·         Under Federal Return you should see Schedule C and next to it Delete, click on delete 

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WillK
Level 9

I checked a business form schedule c by mistake and I could not get it off my return. I did not have a business

You can delete the Schedule C off your return:

·         Login to your TurboTax account

·         Click Continue Your Return

·         In the top right corner of the screen, you will see My Account, click on my Account

·         Click on Tools

·         Under Other Helpful Links you will see delete a form, click on delete a form

·         Under Federal Return you should see Schedule C and next to it Delete, click on delete 

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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