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amdavekplacam
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How do I review my tax before filing? A section about my income is likely not in correct section but I have no way to review, edit, or delete.

There seem to be no way to delete or edit an income source that is not incorrect. Turbotax keeps guiding me to the section to complete my filing.
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Danyelle
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How do I review my tax before filing? A section about my income is likely not in correct section but I have no way to review, edit, or delete.

To update the information on your Income Section follow the below steps:

  1. sign back into your account and select the option to fix your return
  2. Once in your return, click on "Federal Taxes" on the top of the screen
  3. Click on "Wages & Income"
  4. click on "edit" next to your W2
  5. you will be able to edit the information here, then continue through to file your return.

Note: Confirm that the EIN is exactly as it is on your W-2 

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Danyelle
New Member

How do I review my tax before filing? A section about my income is likely not in correct section but I have no way to review, edit, or delete.

To update the information on your Income Section follow the below steps:

  1. sign back into your account and select the option to fix your return
  2. Once in your return, click on "Federal Taxes" on the top of the screen
  3. Click on "Wages & Income"
  4. click on "edit" next to your W2
  5. you will be able to edit the information here, then continue through to file your return.

Note: Confirm that the EIN is exactly as it is on your W-2 

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