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pbburke2
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My fed return is being rejected for EIS does not match IRS records, but I've triple checked numbers and names? same as last year with no problem then?

It lists all my 1099R's and calls TINs EINs? Ive triple checked them and they worked with no problem last year?

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SweetieJean
Level 15

My fed return is being rejected for EIS does not match IRS records, but I've triple checked numbers and names? same as last year with no problem then?

Did you enter (or start to enter) a 1099-R in the W-2 section by mistake?
Critter
Level 15

My fed return is being rejected for EIS does not match IRS records, but I've triple checked numbers and names? same as last year with no problem then?

If you entered them in the correct place and the numbers are what are on the form then you will have no option but to mail in the return this year ... this is not your error however for some reason the EIN is not in the IRS system yet. 

pbburke2
New Member

My fed return is being rejected for EIS does not match IRS records, but I've triple checked numbers and names? same as last year with no problem then?

I don’t understand. These 1099R’s are from Charles Schwab and Prudential. They have been same numbers for at least a few years and I confirmed that they are still in use. .?
Critter
Level 15

My fed return is being rejected for EIS does not match IRS records, but I've triple checked numbers and names? same as last year with no problem then?

Sometimes things happen ... have someone else confirm you have the numbers correct and if you do the paper filing will have to be done.

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