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me4hogs
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I do not want turbo to self employed

At the top of my screen it states the we are filing Self-employed. I am not self employed. How can I change this??
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GabiU
Level 15

I do not want turbo to self employed

Did you already make a payment? If not, this will be simple.
If you'd like to change the version of TurboTax you're using:

-Go to the right-hand side of the screen and click My Account.

-The drop down menu will give you the option to Clear & Start Over.

(If you decide to choose this, all data will be erased.  The next time you sign into TurboTax you will have the option to choose a different version.)  

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GabiU
Level 15

I do not want turbo to self employed

Did you already make a payment? If not, this will be simple.
If you'd like to change the version of TurboTax you're using:

-Go to the right-hand side of the screen and click My Account.

-The drop down menu will give you the option to Clear & Start Over.

(If you decide to choose this, all data will be erased.  The next time you sign into TurboTax you will have the option to choose a different version.)  

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"
Kbsweethart
New Member

I do not want turbo to self employed

I havent paid, but I guess I registered.  How do unregister and what does it mean?

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