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I want to inform you that Form 8379 will not be released in TurboTax until February 6, 2014. Once it has been released, you will be able to e-file with it. (The TurboTax Availability Dates article says it is already available, but it has been pushed back. The article has not yet been updated.)
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Form 8379 is available for either e-filing or printing. See the following TurboTax support article for federal forms availability -
To report an injured or innocent spouse claim, use the interview within the TurboTax program
- Go to Federal Taxes
- Click on Other Tax Situations
- Scroll down to Other Tax Forms
- On Miscellaneous Tax Forms, click the start or update button
On the next screen, on Report an injured or innocent spouse claim, click the start button
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