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My Federal Return is rejected with error IND-032-04 even though TurboTax copied AGI correctly &verified on IRS website. Is this TurboTax filing issue/bug?

 
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My Federal Return is rejected with error IND-032-04 even though TurboTax copied AGI correctly &verified on IRS website. Is this TurboTax filing issue/bug?

 If it was rejected for AGI—-your 2022 AGI might not be in the IRS system if you filed late.   Try using zero instead.

 

If filing with zero is rejected then file again but select the option that you did not file last year.  The IRS does not see that question and it will allow you to e-file with no AGI question.

 

 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/agi/help/where-do-i-correct-my-agi-in-turbotax-online/00/26311

 

If that does not work and you still cannot e-file, then print, sign, and mail your tax return.

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My Federal Return is rejected with error IND-032-04 even though TurboTax copied AGI correctly &verified on IRS website. Is this TurboTax filing issue/bug?

I used last year AGI for me & zero for my wife .. and it worked. Thank you

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