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randyb1
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Why does it keep taking me back to the unemployment section for income ?

 
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GiseleD
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Why does it keep taking me back to the unemployment section for income ?

Double-check your entries in that section to see if you made any errors or typos. Issues in data entry can cause TurboTax to force you to circle back to certain sections. 

 

Are you receiving an error message during this process? If so, please copy and paste it in your response so we can assist you further. 

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lwnaismith
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Why does it keep taking me back to the unemployment section for income ?

it keeps taking me back to an over deposit on an ira in 2018...I did not have an over deposit -- I had a zero deposit.  it won't take the zero and won't let me file..

this is ridiculous -- how do I get out of the loop?

 

ThomasM125
Employee Tax Expert

Why does it keep taking me back to the unemployment section for income ?

An over funding of an IRA would be reported on form 5329. You can look to see if you have that form in your program, and if so delete it as follows:

 

1. Find the Tax Tools option on your left menu bar and click on it

2. Click on Tools

3. Find Delete a Form and click on it

4. Look for form 5329 in the list of forms and click on the option to delete it

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