what means by "The primary SSN in the return header must not be equal to the primary SSN in another return field for the same tax year" for free Efile?

what means by "The primary SSN in the return header must not be equal to the primary SSN in another return field for the same tax year" for free Efile?

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Answered: Did you e-file your federal income tax returns this year?

You bet your sweetness I did, My Financial Adviser has it done at her office and goes over portfolio at the same time the others do it.. Think that She "E-Files", and I just give her the Checks.. IRS scares the daylights out of me, and I don't do anything.. LOL.. Sweet G

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The singular is "equal". A Navy commander is the equal of a lieutenant colonel.

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Try turbotax or Taxcut software. It will allow you to submit even the most complicated return and will ask you very thorough questions.

Answered: How can i view the federal tax return i sent electronically through

You could make a copy when finished or save it. Go back and check it.
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