How do I import W2 data

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    It is showing you are in the Free Edition, it does not offer the option to import W2 information you would have to upgrade to a paid version Basic or above.  If you upgrade see the following on how to import your W2

    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Import/Importing-Your-W-2--1099--and-1098-Forms/GEN12071.html

    If your W2 information is not available yet (payroll providers have until January 31st) or your payroll provider is not partnered with TurboTax the program will take you to a screen to manually enter your W2 information.  You can try back later or ask your payroll person when the information will be available to import.

    • I would think the free edition should offer the import link also. Why should we be penalized when our employer is using the paycheck recording portion and our w-2 is available through it.
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    TurboTax Online Free Edition and TurboTax Business do not support data import.

    Go to this link for more information
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Import/Importing-Your-W-2--1099--and-1098-Forms/GEN12071.html

    • I will have to pay for the state return anyway.
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