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Import function, there is a cap (limit) of 10,000 transactions per brokerage account

I have the Turbotax desktop/CD. Using the import function, there is a cap (limit) of 10,000 transactions per brokerage account. I have multiple "sub-accounts" within my one financial institution/brokerage account. Using Fidelity as an example: I have a Fidelity brokerage account that contains multiple sub-accounts some small and some large in terms of "transactions" (ie, consolidated 1099 forms). I do realize (and used) entering the summary information checkbox in TurboTax to get around the 10,000 transactions limit. It appears that Turbotax sums all my available forms for all sub-accounts to determine if the sum is greater than 10,000. This prevents me from importing any of my forms small or large and using the enter the summary info checkbox adds an extra step to print and mail those detailed transactions (ie, 1099-B detail) to IRS. I'm sure there are many, many other Turbotax users that are in the same boat and would greatly appreciate the input requests below for your consideration. My request for your next Turbotax release/upgrade and/or purchase options to consider are: Opt 1) To provide checkboxes (like I have seen before) of all my available forms to import and give the transaction count for each so that I can get some forms/data imported and stay under the 10,000 transaction limit. Opt 2) To make it cost justified, add a purchase option for this limit to be overridden/eliminated or at least double or triple the limit much higher (I'm willing to have the download process impacts longer to eliminate the extra steps for printing and mailing the detail to IRS). Thanks for any consideration and response - Jamie Scott [email address removed]
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