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Hi Tmwhalen,

Thank you for contacting TurboTax. I have included some steps to try & help you delete your state return.

Now, you can delete TurboTax Online returns that you have paid for, as long as the return's e-filing status isn't accepted or pending.

After you finish preparing your state return in TurboTax Online, you will have the opportunity to delete your state return on the We’ve Finished Your [State] Return screen, which appears right before we review your state return for errors.

If you missed that screen, or you later change your mind, here’s an alternate way to delete your TurboTax Online state return:

  1. Sign in to TurboTax Online and:
  2. Click State Taxes and Continue.

    or

    Click 2013 TAX INFO, scroll down to A few final things and click Add a state.

  3. In the Action column, click the Delete link next to the state you want to remove.

If you don't see this link, it's because your return's e-file status is pending or accepted. Check your e-file status.

  1. Click Yes to confirm deletion of your state return .

You can now add another state or start over with a new state return by clicking Add Another State.

Related Information:

How do I start over in TurboTax Online?

Can I delete my tax return in TurboTax Online?

I hope this helps.

~Roxi~


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