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Form 1040-X - Efile on the way

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I was just going to post this!
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It's about time. I'm in the middle of potentially onboarding a prospect that needs 2019 returns and 2018 amended returns.

Compared to efiling, it's such a pain to process for paper filing and take a trip to FedEx. So inefficient.

Looks like only 2019 Form 1040-X and forward (I'm assuming) will be allowed to be efiled, but I'll take it.
 

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Have the software companies given any indication when this will go live?
 

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I haven't seen anything from Drake. I imagine the software companies have heard as much as we have up to this point.
 

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I've got one ready for signature and I'm contemplating holding onto it until it can be efiled. Refund Situation. If I can efile it by the end of August, I suspect TP would still get their refund sooner than snail mail.
 

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IIRC, the IRS said it would be ready for the 2019 tax year only (not prior years) "during the fall".

The hard definition of "fall" for 2020 is Sep 22, 2020 – Dec 21, 2020, FWIW.
 

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Earlier in the year they said "late summer". So they've already pushed the release date back.
 

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I'd only heard the "late summer" as well.
 

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Oops, summer...fall...one of those seasons.
 


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