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mikereynolds
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Can I skip some sections to fill out later without losing interview guide or losing some/all of what I've already entered (like I've always done with the disk)? Thanks.

 
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LindaA
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Can I skip some sections to fill out later without losing interview guide or losing some/all of what I've already entered (like I've always done with the disk)? Thanks.

Yes, you may save your work in TurboTax Online then come back and finish later. Just click Sign Out in the lower left corner of the TurboTax Online window (click the screenshot below to enlarge it for reference). TurboTax will save your information and sign you out of your account.

When you're ready to continue working just sign in, click Take me to my return, then click Pick up where I left off


Can I save my return and come back later?    https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3301211

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LindaA
Level 10

Can I skip some sections to fill out later without losing interview guide or losing some/all of what I've already entered (like I've always done with the disk)? Thanks.

Yes, you may save your work in TurboTax Online then come back and finish later. Just click Sign Out in the lower left corner of the TurboTax Online window (click the screenshot below to enlarge it for reference). TurboTax will save your information and sign you out of your account.

When you're ready to continue working just sign in, click Take me to my return, then click Pick up where I left off


Can I save my return and come back later?    https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3301211

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