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agruber9
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

any update?
CheriS
Intuit Alumni

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

[Edit: Date correction] @agruber9  I inquired about this. You can wait to e-file on 3/17 or print and mail your return.
jkrackle
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

having this same issue using the desktop version, any idea what the problem is and when it will be fixed?
gabemcmillan
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Having the same issue, it said wait until 3/17 for me.  
drumdude96
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

What if you don't have time to wait until 3/17 to file? I'm on an income driven student loan repayment plan and I need my taxes filed ASAP to reapply for that before my deadline and I shouldn't have to mail my returns since I paid to use TurboTax and e-file. I want this resolved NOW!
clinttax2018
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Still an issue as of 2/22.
gabemcmillan
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Agreed, what is the reason for this 3/17 date???
katy-sugano
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

See my comment below to the recommended answer, this appears to be an issue on the IRS side related to their auto-processing software for e-filed returns:
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taylortetterton
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

So, aside from a patch, and a possible wait date, has anyone found the right way to be able to file your taxes with this issue?  It seems that some people delete the form and file anyway and it works, and it seems that some people don't change anything, refile and it works, and its still unclear as to what we can do to get past this.
Opus 17
Level 15

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

The IRS e-file system is falsely rejecting certain returns with this code.  A fix is scheduled for March 17.  I would not try and delete the form or change anything because, if you end up filing an incorrect return just to get it through the system, you’ll have bigger problems down the road.  
*Answers are correct to the best of my ability at the time of posting but do not constitute legal or tax advice.*
daniellemason3
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Still no luck here...I'm in the same boat as @drumdude96 with the Income Driven Repayment Plan...
manfafperez
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

what a joke NEVER USING TURBOTAX AGAIN. Help desk is useless  
manfafperez
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Has anyone used Visor? I was going to use this year they have to be better than this very poor software
anon-js
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

Has anyone tried today or should we wait until tomorrow?
gjrjones
New Member

Reject reason: F2441-022 - If filing status of the return is Married filing separately and Form 2441 is present in the return, then 'EligibilityRequirementMetInd'

I just tried e-filing and got the same error this morning! Using TurboTax MAC desktop and still receive the message to try e-filing on March 17th... Will this be resolved today??
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