I completed my 1040 and it was reviewed for any errors by turbotax. The review reported my 1040 had no were no problems and was ready for e filing. I was receiving a refund of $1180 because I overpaid my 2018 tax
After e filing my 1040 , I received an email from the IRS with the message
“Your return was rejected because line A of form 2210 was checked and you must file page 1 of form 2210 but aren’t required to pay a penalty” Please see below jpg image
Can some knowledgeable forum member please explain what the problem may be and how I can correct it so I can e file it again
I’m having the same exact issues using TurboTax online - others are as well. Reading some other community posts it seems this may be fixed in the downloaded version of the software but nothing works online. Tried using Tax Tools to just delete the form but it won’t stay deleted and always shows back up.
Thanks for your reply, This is obviously a Turbotax problem that Im sure is affecting more than you and I
Lets hope others who had the same problem chime in with a solution.
I have had the same problem and talked to 3 tax specialists from TurboTax with no success so that I can file my return electronically. It is so frustrating and I have one more discussion on Wednesday. I am not very happy with TurboTax right now.
I have the same issue. After got ejected, I followed their instruction and added the explanation statement under box B then resubmit. No luck. My return was rejected again.
I was able to solve the 2210 rejection problem thanks to research on another TT forum.
The below solution applies to TT software I purchased (DVD)
USING THE STEP BY STEP METHOD
personal>other tax situations>additional tax payments>underpayment penalty
If there was an under payment for your 2017 filing delete the figure and enter 0
Doing this will solve the TT glitch problem and your efiling will be accepted by the IRS
Hope this help others with this frustrating TT software problem!
Thanks for your message. This problem as been discussed extensively with confusing responses about updates on both the dvd and online versions. I was able to solve it by advice from a user in another forum.
If you used TT last year you must go back and insure to see if there was any tax liability and enter 0 to indicate that it was paid by changing the tax owed to 0.. When I did that the 2210 disappeared an the efile was accepted.
This years version had several glitches in it with promises they would be addressed in a future update.
I would suggest using this method which instantly correct the problem
Use google to search the 2210 problem
They say that, but I still can't seem to get this form to do what i need it to do (which is delete the 85% wavier box being checked.) I'd rather pay the $8 penalty it originally assessed. But I can't get that to come back.