Starting over is easy; click Tools on the left side of your screen, and then choose Clear your 2013 return and start over.
However, never clear your return to start a new return for someone else! Otherwise you’ll overwrite (replace) your tax return info with theirs, which means you won’t be able to retrieve a copy of your return in the future.
Instead, after you finish your return, sign out and start a new return for that person, Create a new user ID and password combination for them. This ensures that your own tax return stays intact.Hope this helps!
You can click on the Federal Taxes tab. Next click on Wages and Income. Click on Explore on my own or I'll choose what to work on. After this you should see the section for your W2's at the top of the screen. Click on update or edit. There should be an option to delete the W2 you are wanting to remove. I hope this helps.
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