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Transfer Fiduciary Info

Use screen 43 and check off the first box. Go to Tools on top of screen and transfer. Works like a charm. Will enter all info directly into individual program.

your post was moved - no profile

Your question has been moved to the Consumer Questions Discussion Forum because it does not appear to comply with the guidelines established for the tax forum, which is intended for use by tax professionals only.

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I moved your bankruptcy question to General Chat

since it isn't really a tax or accounting question. Kevinh5

no profile? No tax Forum

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PINs & fees

Hey Ztom, I can certainly relate to your concern and do not look forward to paying an extra annual fee to the IRS. I just wanted to make a comment. PIN stands for "personal identification number," so when you say "PIN number," it's redundant. I think sometimes we hear other people say things the wrong way, and then it starts to sound right.Natalie 17:29, 6 September 2010 (CDT)Natalie

Practice Management Questions

Hi, we've got a separate forum for practice management questions - the people who frequent the tax forum want to see just tax questions there, and there is also a group of people quite interested in practice management issues. Your fees question has been moved over to the practice mgt forum. Here's a list of the various forums available on the site.

Trillium 15:02, 9 September 2011 (UTC)

Software question => Practice Management Forum

Hi, you recently posted a question about using Drake for some returns, vs Lacerte. That was posted in the tax forum, but you'll find many other software discussions - including two recent ones on Drake vs Lacerte - over in the Practice Management Forum, and I have shifted your question there as it's likely to get more feedback from the people who frequent that forum.

You can still easily get back to your question by clicking the "my contributions" link in the upper right corner of the screen.

This might also be helpful in terms of what topics go where: Discussion Forum Index.

Trillium 02:00, 31 July 2012 (UTC)

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