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pat_mndz
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I efiled my federal return and it was accepted. when I printed out my nj state return it says no don't mail, e-file only

what do I have to do now?
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AmyC
Employee Tax Expert

I efiled my federal return and it was accepted. when I printed out my nj state return it says no don't mail, e-file only

Click on the Review tab and you will probably see state forms or schedules that have not yet been finalized for e-filing and the estimated date they will be available. You can also follow this link to NJ form availability.

 

You can e-file your state tax return after the federal return has been e-filed and Accepted by the IRS.

 

The IRS will not start accepting 2019 tax returns until January 28, 2020. 

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Please see this FAQ on filing a state return after the federal.

 

 

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hap6544
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I efiled my federal return and it was accepted. when I printed out my nj state return it says no don't mail, e-file only

Does this mean it was efiled and nothing else needs to be done?  It's just that you cannot print it out and mail it?

MichelleLO
Employee TurboTax Specialist

I efiled my federal return and it was accepted. when I printed out my nj state return it says no don't mail, e-file only

Please see the below TurboTax FAQ to check the status of your e-filed return:

https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/wheres-my-refund/

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