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vlobo85
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I'm getting charged for self employed, which I didn't used that. I have 1 W-2 I should be only charged the 40.00 for E-filing not the 90.00 plus the 40.

 
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xmasbaby0
Level 15

I'm getting charged for self employed, which I didn't used that. I have 1 W-2 I should be only charged the 40.00 for E-filing not the 90.00 plus the 40.

Actually you are posting from Self-Employed, so somehow you chose it.  If you have not filed, paid, or registered the 2019 return yet, you can clear it and start over in a lower version.

 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/downgrading/help/can-i-downgrade-to-a-lower-priced-version-of-turb...

 

CLEAR AND START OVER

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2586254-how-do-i-clear-and-start-over

**Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to offer the most correct information possible. The poster disclaims any legal responsibility for the accuracy of the information that is contained in this post.**
cg12
Returning Member

I'm getting charged for self employed, which I didn't used that. I have 1 W-2 I should be only charged the 40.00 for E-filing not the 90.00 plus the 40.

TAXES WERE PROCESSED MY WIFE DONE A PROJECT FOR HER WORK 1 TIME, AND RECEIVED 930.00.

SHE IS NOT SELF EMPLYED.

LeonardS
Expert Alumni

I'm getting charged for self employed, which I didn't used that. I have 1 W-2 I should be only charged the 40.00 for E-filing not the 90.00 plus the 40.

If you have not paid for TurboTax self-employed then you can downgrade by using Clear & Start Over. 

  • With TurboTax open select tax tools in the left-hand panel. 

  • Then select Clear & Start Over. 

  • Select yes when asked are you sure you want to clear your return. 

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