even if you delete the 1099-INT item from your Federal summary, the question still remains. TT still prompts you with this "action required", to enter information that doesn't pertain to the user. it looks like this: if you ever intended on entering 1099-INT information in to your return, but then later realized that you never made more than $10 in interest from any of your bank accounts, etc., and then you try to REMOVE the item from your tax return summary, then it will go away in your summary, sure. BUT there's still a flaw in the TT software that makes it so that it keeps thinking that the user needs to complete this "to-do list" action of "Enter the amount from 1099-INT Box 1, 3 or 8 for Untitled", even though the user already deleted it from the Federal Summary, and it's N/A (not applicable) to the user.
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you should make the rules for posts in these forums much more clear. I've attempted to post recommendations to people on some threads, and they either keep getting auto-flagged and removed as spam, or some moderator is physically removing the post without telling me what I'd need to change in order for it to not constitute "spam". does even mentioning another website or service constitute spam, even if I am not directly an advertiser for that website, and have nothing to gain from making such suggestions? for instance, I mention social networking platforms that can be used for advertisements, online tools that can be used for product hunting and research, websites that can be used for stock research, platforms for trading stocks, and physical store names for retail arbitrage opportunities. is just mentioning the names of these outside the bounds of the community guidelines?
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