Schedule K-1

Turbo Tax is saying that I can't file my taxes until they access a copy of my schedule K-1 from the government.  This is holding up filing by 2 weeks.  I have a copy of the K-1, can I scan the form and attach it to speed up the process?
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    No, it doesn't work like that.  The message you're seeing means that TurboTax hasn't yet been updated for the final form & instructions.  So, when you enter your K-1 information into the program, we need more time to make sure our calculations have been updated.
    • So I could have filled these forms out by hand and mailed them almost two weeks ago. If I have to wait two more weeks, I am saving no time.  Not only may this be the last year I use Turbo Tax, I am starting to wish I could have my $49 back.
    • I am in the same boat.  Luckily I have not paid turbo to file yet.  I am thinking I am going to take my paperwork to H&R or liberty tax and just get it done.  I will not use turbo tax again.
    • I've been using TT for years now, and am in the same situation.  I've just learned that they've extended incorporting the K-1 form again from 2/9-2/16!  Last year my taxes were held up for the same reason, the K-1 form was late.  Next year I think I'll go with another route rather than Turbo Tax.
    • I agree! I continually have this issue as well! No more tt for me
    • I just went over to TaxAct and did my taxes.  Not only could I submit my return, it was way cheaper than turbo tax.  The software over there is a little harder to use but for 24 dollars to do both federal and state and not having to wait, it was a no brainer.  Turbo tax lost my business.
    • I have checked with H & R Block and Hewlitt Packard.  H & R Block says 02-08 and Hewlitt Packard says 02-16.  I just called the IRS and of course they were no help whatsoever!!
    • TaxAct worked fine.... Federal has been accept and refund will be deposited on 2/15.... H&R had a waiting period.  That's why I went with TaxAct.  It was cheaper too!
    • I agree with these comments.  My return is ready to go and the K-1 is the last piece.  My accountant forwarded me the K-1 and I sat down to file my return  . . . and TurboRTax says I can't file for 2 weeks?????  That's absurd.  It will be a hassell switching to a different electronic tax filing software, but I guess I have no choice.
    • K-1 was available on irs.gov on 11/16/2011.  The fault is totally with Turbo Tax, and their customer service is awful.  I will never use this product again.
    • The TurboTax software is to blame for the delay.  When I found out about it, I went to TaxAct and filed my taxes.  I just got my state refund and will get federal tonight.  It was cheaper too!  I am really mad about the delay with TurboTax.  I have been using them for years.  They lost my business and probably will not get it back.  TaxAct was MUCH cheaper.
    • I don't even have a K1 as my business closed last year, it's still asking me for one and holding up my filing..
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