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  • How do I import my 1099?

    From the answer: You can securely import your 1099-B, 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, 1099-OID, or 1099-R into TurboTax, provided your broker or financial institution participates in our TurboTax Partner program .

  • import itsdeductible to turbotax

    From the answer: To see some alternative ways to get to the interview screen to import from ItsDeductible, please see epo39b's response to the following question, "How do i import my charitable contributions from its deductible?": https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5845

  • How do I import from the .txf file?

    From the answer: If you're using TurboTax for Mac (which doesn't support direct import) or are experiencing problems with the direct import, you can import from the Quicken .txf

  • Import Software from Online

    From the answer: Please refer to the instructions below to download your TurboTax Online file that you can open in the desktop software.

  • Unsuccessful Import of Merrill Lynch tax documents

    From the answer: I didn't import them because I filled out the forms weeks ago.... I'll just compare the actual form to my numbers to be sure everything matches, which will not require an import.

  • import from quickbooks to turbotax online

    From the answer: TurboTax online does not support QuickBooks import.... Only the TurboTax Desktop version supports this feature.

  • How do I import tax info from Vanguard?

    From the answer: TurboTax said Vanguard Brokerage was supposed to be available 2/16/2017.... But attempts to import say the import is unsuccessful.

  • Betterment - "The import was unsuccessful"

    From the answer: I heard back from Betterment.... I wish the import tool would tell you that vs. just saying "failed to import".

  • can't import 1099 from fidelity

    From the answer: You might not be able to import your 1099 despite signing in with the correct bank or brokerage login.

  • Which 1099 forms can be imported?

    From the answer: You can securely import Forms 1099-B, 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, 1099-OID, and 1099-R into TurboTax, provided your brokerage or financial institution is a participating TurboTax Import Partner .