It sounds like your login information may be incorrect.
If that is not the case, you may wish to enter in your information manually.
Here's where you enter your 1099-B in TurboTax:
Here's how to enter your 1099-DIV in TurboTax Online:
Here's how to enter a 1099-INT:
This is clearly incorrect, and it doesn't sound like you understand the issue at all.
The exact error message is "the entered value does not meet the Login ID requirements" which appears BEFORE it allows me to connect to my Schwab account. So my credentials cannot be incorrect because they were never entered. Stop copy and pasting generic responses, I can't be the only one having this issue.
I am in the exact same boat. No matter what you enter for username it complains that "the entered value does not meet the login id requirements". This is clearly a bug on Turbtax end. I have tried in multiple browsers, and multiple Schwab accounts.
I have exactly the same problem. As soon as the first character in either the password or logon ID is entered, the red text underneath the field changes from "This field is required" to the error message in the subject line. I've never seen such an error before -- anywhere.
In all fairness, though, Turbo does say, "Your credentials are safe with us." I guess they are safe enough if they can't be entered at all!
This is really lousy, because these are the longest forms for me to enter, by far. This feature worked last year and the previous. Surely it worked earlier THIS year, else there would be more complaints than from the past two days only.
Bad karma for starting my taxes so late? Since no subsequent answers are coming after the posts of yesterday, I cannot assume that waiting one more day will do any good. And therefore I must begin to type, type, type...
The same issue is present for the "Schwab . com Password:" field. No matter what you enter, it says "
Schwab only requires the usual user name and password. however. Schwab may have changed the password requirements. so go to the Schwab website and try changing your password or call customer service 800-435-4000
you may need the online premier version to import? for desktop basic should work
Situations not covered in TurboTax Free Edition include:
Business or 1099-MISC income
Rental property income
Credits, deductions and income reported on schedules 1-3, such as the Student Loan