I have competed a 1099-R and I am continuing to see an error message that my 1099-R needs to be re-visited. There are no noted errors or omissions in my 1099-R.
Your distribution may qualify for relief from the 10% penalty under the Cares act.
If so, the IRS has not yet released Form 8915-E, Qualified 2020 Disaster Retirement Plan Distributions and Repayments.
Please see the link below for more information on the release date for this form. Once it is released, you will be able to proceed to file your returns.
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....if it is not an early withdrawal COVID issue...sometimes there is a "Verification" page that asks you to verify that the amounts in boxes 14, 15, 16 are correct.......then there is a checkbox on that same page that needs to be checked....if you don't check that checkbox, the "Review" will continue to display.
Thank you for responding. Unfortunately, there was no opportunity to check any box. other than the reaffirmation that the IRA/SEP/SIMPLE box on the 1099-R was not checked.
I went ahead and deleted the offending form and reentered the information. That took care of it. I will assume it is just another TT glitch.