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how can i import my w2?
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    Hi angrypete,

    To import your W-2 information:

    •Your employer must be a participating W-2 partner  (http://www.partner.turbotax.com/partner_list.html); and
    •You'll need your employer's Employer Identification Number (EIN), found in Box b of your W-2 form.
    TurboTax uses the EIN you enter to determine whether you can import your W-2. Here's how to get there:

    1.Open your return in TurboTax.
    2.Click the Federal Taxes tab (Personal tab if using Home & Business) and proceed through the interview until you get to the Let's Start With a Bit of Info From Your W-2 screen.
    3.Enter the Employer Identification Number (EIN) and click Continue.
    4.If TurboTax recognizes your employer as a participating W-2 partner, you'll see Great News! We Can Enter Your W-2 For You.
    5.On this screen, you'll be asked for credentials, which vary by employer. For example:
    ?Your employee benefit account user name and password;
    ?Your Social Security number and your employee benefits account PIN;
    ?Your Social Security number, EIN, and the info from your W-2's Box 1 and Box d.
    ?If you need help finding your credentials, use the payroll provider's contact info provided on the screen.
    6.Enter your credentials and then click the Import My W-2 button at the bottom of the screen.

    Note: If TurboTax your employer isn't a participating W-2 partner (or they are but the EIN wasn't entered correctly) you'll be taken to a screen where you can manually enter your W-2.
    source: http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/go/GEN12071
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