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jagchief
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Cannot transmit state return. Error message - "Tax Year 2023 transmissions are not available. TurboTax Business is not ready to process Tax Year 2023 for this return.

This is for a Business return for state of Georgia.  Federal return was transmitted
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CatinaT1
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Cannot transmit state return. Error message - "Tax Year 2023 transmissions are not available. TurboTax Business is not ready to process Tax Year 2023 for this return.

Watch here for forms and efile availability - Business State Forms Availability 

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Cannot transmit state return. Error message - "Tax Year 2023 transmissions are not available. TurboTax Business is not ready to process Tax Year 2023 for this return.

Important Information- Today, I called Turbotax and spoke with their customer care rep. After a long hold and going to and fro, he finally told me that the all GA Forms 600S are not ready yet. They will NOT be ready before March 15th. I asked him if that means I will miss my filing deadline...he said yes. I could not believe this. Good bye Turbotax... Fiasco Tax 10/11/2023

CatinaT1
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Cannot transmit state return. Error message - "Tax Year 2023 transmissions are not available. TurboTax Business is not ready to process Tax Year 2023 for this return.

Although the Forms Availability Table for TurboTax Business indicates that the Georgia State Income modules for all business entities are ready for filing, recent developments have delayed implementation. Since we have not been given an estimated release date, you may wish to consider requesting an extension of time to file. 

 

According to the Georgia Department of Revenue, if you have a filed a Federal extension (Form 7004) by the original due date of your return, you will be granted an additional 6 months to file your Georgia return.

 

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Corporate Due Dates

For taxable years beginning on or before January 1, 2016, corporate income tax returns are due on or before the 15th day of the 3rd month following the close of the taxable year with the exception of an extension.

 

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About Form 7004, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File Certain Business Income Tax, In...

Use Form 7004 to request an automatic 6-month extension of time to file certain business income tax, information, and other returns. Information on e-filing Form 7004.

 

Since you have already e-filed your federal return, you can go directly to the Georgia Department of Revenue site to obtain Form IT-303, Application for Extension of Time for Filing. You can also generate this form within TurboTax in the state interview section. You will need to print and mail the form to Georgia. To access the extension form, proceed through the state interview screens in TurboTax.
When asked "Do you want to prepare a Georgia extension?", select Yes.
You will be prompted to print and mail the state extension form.

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IT-303 Application for Extension of Time for Filing

Application for Extension of Time for Filing State Income Tax Returns.

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