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CookinKat
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My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

 
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MarkB
New Member

My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

Here is a workaround for state IDs without issue or expiration dates:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5747054

Darrylc60
Returning Member

My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

What isthe workaround? Im unable to find it. thans

MarilynG1
Employee Tax Expert

My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

Unless you are in Alabama or Illinois, your state return will process without an Expiration Date for your ID.

 

You can just leave the 'Select' in the box and Continue.

 

Click this link for more info on Driver's License Expiration Date

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Darrylc60
Returning Member

My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

 All you have to do is enter  the information except the expiration format and expiration date . Leave the date blank and format stays on select.

 

If you notice before  you start to enter information under the expiration date. It states if their is no date leave blank.  The reason it asks for a expiration date is because you click on the format to enter a date, Do not select the format. Only enter on the  state stte id number and issue format/date. Then you will be able to move forward.

https://youtu.be/uuuFR9JxhYk 

 

SweetieJean
Level 15

My husband has a state ID and has no expiration date, just 00-00-0000

Or try using 12/31/2022.

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