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reidindy
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I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

 
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PaulaM
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I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Delete the vehicle from the vehicle summary in the job-related expense section. Run the review again to check if error is cleared.

Add the vehicle back in if you are still using it for your job.

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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Did you stop using the vehicle?
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reidindy
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I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

No, but when I originally prepared my taxes yesterday I put we stopped using the vehicle 8/30/2016. After speaking with one of your experts last night, he told me to keep the vehicle active since we still own it. I went back through and took out the end date, but I can't finish my filing without that popping up.
PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

You cleared the date. Did you select the 'yes' still using button'?
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reidindy
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I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Yes I did. Should I delete the 2106 form for the 4Runner and go back through to re-enter everything?
PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Yes, you can do that. Or just delete the vehicle from the vehicle section if you have other job-related expenses.
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reidindy
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I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Thank you!! That fixed it.
PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Yea! You are welcome 🙂 I'll summarize below.
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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I'm ready to file my federal return, but I keep getting a pop-up to review asking for a "Date Sold" entry for a vehicle we didn't sell. It's for form 2106

Delete the vehicle from the vehicle summary in the job-related expense section. Run the review again to check if error is cleared.

Add the vehicle back in if you are still using it for your job.

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

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