Solved: I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?
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lml1970
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I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?

 
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KenH1
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I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?

No, as long as you had no business income or expenses, and no 1099-MISC.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5722006

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KenH1
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I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?

No, as long as you had no business income or expenses, and no 1099-MISC.

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5722006

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lml1970
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I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?

Thank you very much!
KenH1
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I did away with my trade name, the effective date wasn't until 2017. I had ZERO income under that TID or name at all in 2016. Do I still have to use the self-employed version of turbo tax?

You're welcome!
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