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Oh well I suppose if I pay an extra $29.00 due to your limited skills I will be reimbursed from your "100% accuracy guaranteed" fund. TRUE?

Minnesota tax schedule M15

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bwa
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Oh well I suppose if I pay an extra $29.00 due to your limited skills I will be reimbursed from your "100% accuracy guaranteed" fund. TRUE?

See https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901269 . That page has a link to an Accuracy Guarantee Submission Claim Form if you need to submit a claim..

A notice from the IRS or a state would usually mean one of several things:

  1. The  software made an error,
  2. The issuer of an information return such as a Form 1099 issued one with incorrect information,
  3. The IRS or state made an error in processing the return, or
  4. The TurboTax user entered incorrect or incomplete information or did not answer questions correctly.

The  TurboTax accuracy guarantee covers any additional interest or penalties that you would incur, but only due to the first type of error. To submit a claim, see these instructions: https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901269 . (Note - the TurboTax accuracy guarantee does not include your liability for taxes that you would have paid anyway if the return had been correct.)


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bwa
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Oh well I suppose if I pay an extra $29.00 due to your limited skills I will be reimbursed from your "100% accuracy guaranteed" fund. TRUE?

See https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901269 . That page has a link to an Accuracy Guarantee Submission Claim Form if you need to submit a claim..

A notice from the IRS or a state would usually mean one of several things:

  1. The  software made an error,
  2. The issuer of an information return such as a Form 1099 issued one with incorrect information,
  3. The IRS or state made an error in processing the return, or
  4. The TurboTax user entered incorrect or incomplete information or did not answer questions correctly.

The  TurboTax accuracy guarantee covers any additional interest or penalties that you would incur, but only due to the first type of error. To submit a claim, see these instructions: https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901269 . (Note - the TurboTax accuracy guarantee does not include your liability for taxes that you would have paid anyway if the return had been correct.)


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