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Level 1

2019 1099R

On 2/9/2020 Turbo Tax says IRS is still not ready for 1099R input. Is this true or is something not getting updated for me?

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Employee Tax Expert

2019 1099R

No I haven't heard this.  You can file your return using your 1099R information.  I am not aware of any IRS restriction.

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Level 15

2019 1099R

Perhaps you need a 8606 form that will not be ready for e-fileing until 2/12 (estimated).

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Level 1

2019 1099R

No, the answer didn't help. Here's what's happening

1 I open Turbo tax. I've been a user since about 2012

2 It checks for updates and apparently finds none

3 A popup says system.runtime.serialization.serializationexception.typr is not resolved for member

4 I check ok box and proceed

5 takes longer than usual to load my return (it does know my input from last year, etc)

6 When I try to input 2019 1099R I get the same message that says IRS is not ready for 1099R input, and it is expected to be ready by 1/21/2020. 

 

Elsewhere Turbo tax tells me I can download a patch TurboTax 2019 Individual-R15.2 to manually update. also says there are no manual updates for state software. I'm 69 years old and prefer a tax program that does its own updating, but I guess I'll have to try the download unless I get a better answer.

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Employee Tax Expert

2019 1099R

Are you still having this issue?

 

 

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Returning Member

2019 1099R

how do i install 1099R into my 2019  taxes

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Employee Tax Expert

2019 1099R

The most direct way is to:

  1. if using Turbo Tax online, go to;
  2. tax tools>tools>topic search
  3. type in 1099R in the search bar
  4. this will take you directly to the section to enter all your 1099R's
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