Request for W2 info

I also am on SSI and a pension with no W2. It won't let me e-file. Why?
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    It appears that there is a W-2 in your return with partial data entered.  To clear the error messages, the W-2 would need to be deleted.

    1. Select the Federal Taxes tab, then select Wages & Income, and click Explore on my own.
    2. In the Your Income Summary screen, under Wages and Salaries, click the button for Wages and Salaries.
    3. For the W-2 to be deleted (the Employer’s Name may be “Untitled”), click the Delete button.


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      Or...You have to go back and tell Turbo Tax  that you don't have W-2s.
      Federal Taxes Tab
      Wages & Income
      Choose Explore on My own (if it comes up)
      Wages and Salaries- Click the Start or Update button

      If it says…Let’s Work on Your W-2s
      Check the button that says…We don’t have any W-2s
      Then Click on Continue

      Or if it gives you a box listing W2s (that might have transferred over from last year) then click delete by them.
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