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dkirkpatrick2234
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During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

How do I satisfy the request and carry on to the next steps?
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dozkaynak
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During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

Larger thread here with a few things worth trying to get around the issue.

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dozkaynak
Level 2

During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

Experiencing the same exact issue.

 

The date acquired is plainly visible in the form entry too, but nonetheless submitting the same date into the text box and hitting "Continue" does nothing, the widget basically just reloads.

dozkaynak
Level 2

During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

Larger thread here with a few things worth trying to get around the issue.

View solution in original post

dkirkpatrick2234
New Member

During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

Thanks for connecting the threads!

dozkaynak
Level 2

During Review, I came to a 'Check this Entry' page asking to enter Data Acquired for stock sales on 1099B. Despite entering the date, it comes back. I am stuck in a loop.

Sure thing, let us know here or there (both?) if any workarounds help you.

 

I myself will likely do the suggestion where you pull the data (provided via "magic" api call to fetch your investing data) out of the filing and then re-enter manually as a lump sum P/L which doesn't require any dates.

 

Just procrastinating actually trying that cause I'm frustrated as hell with TurboTax rn, I doubt the issue is on the end of several different investing brokerages' API's (I was a Stash customer in 2020, aka Apex Clearinghouse Corporation is my brokerage where I fetch data from).

Plus this api fetch worked 100% perfectly last year. Granted I had a lot more activity this year, but none of it was any new "kinds" of activity, so I don't understand why it's any more complex to handle this year than last year. I suspect the TurboTax development team(s) introduced a software bug this year that causes this issue.

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