Hi, I am getting the same annoying message with NJ FLI cannot be greater than 29. I have 30.33 as the amount. Do I go forward and file anyway? How do I know if the turbotax will generate a form 2450
Yes, go forward with filing. No, depending on your circumstances, Form 2450 may not be necessary. You may need to go to your employer for reimbursement, instead, if you only had one employer.
Click the link for more details from page 44 of 2019 New Jersey Resident Return NJ-1040 Tax Booklet
found this , the link below prompt for name and then display number. Good luck
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The new 2020 NJ rates for the box 14 values have not been updated yet in the software...and may not be until after 28 January.
Since you shouldn't file until after 12 Feb anyhow (the IRS says they won't start before then ) you can come back the first week in Feb to check to see if the error still exists...at that time, it would be a true software bug if it still shows an error (as long as you didn't mis-enter the value).....but right now, it's just due to the NJ forms still set for 2019 values and % amounts.