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We do not need the self employment edition but somehow ended up with it. Should we just file or start agin? If we start again will we have to re-enter all the information? If we just continue will it file a self employment form with the IRS, which would

 
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DDollar
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We do not need the self employment edition but somehow ended up with it. Should we just file or start agin? If we start again will we have to re-enter all the information? If we just continue will it file a self employment form with the IRS, which would

If you don't enter anything that goes on Schedule C (i.e. you have a blank form), it won't file Schedule C.  TurboTax does not submit forms and schedules that aren't actually a part of the tax return.  If you file using the Self-Employed version you won't have to clear and start over (the only way to downgrade), but you will end up paying for the more expensive version.  The only other option would be to contact customer service.

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DDollar
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We do not need the self employment edition but somehow ended up with it. Should we just file or start agin? If we start again will we have to re-enter all the information? If we just continue will it file a self employment form with the IRS, which would

If you don't enter anything that goes on Schedule C (i.e. you have a blank form), it won't file Schedule C.  TurboTax does not submit forms and schedules that aren't actually a part of the tax return.  If you file using the Self-Employed version you won't have to clear and start over (the only way to downgrade), but you will end up paying for the more expensive version.  The only other option would be to contact customer service.

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