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SSN Already E-Filed

Tax Year 2013

 

Why the Error Occurred
The federal return will be rejected by the IRS if either the primary taxpayer's or spouse's social security number has already been submitted on a return during the current tax year.

 

How to Correct the Error
To correct this error, complete the following steps:

Check Taxpayer's Information Return to the Worksheets page and click Edit next to Taxpayer Information under Federal Worksheets.

 

The Taxpayer Information page will open. Check the taxpayer's social security number for accuracy. Click Save after correcting any errors to return to the Worksheets page.

 

Resubmit the return for electronically filing.

Check Spouse's Information Return to the Worksheets page and click Edit next to Spouse Information under Federal Worksheets.

 

The Spouse Information page will open. Check the spouse's social security number for accuracy. Click Save after correcting any errors to return to the Worksheets page. 

 

Resubmit the return for electronically filing.

Taxpayer or Spouse Claimed as Dependent on Another Return The IRS does not allow the same social security number to be included on more than one electronically filed return for the same tax year, even if both returns are valid. This can happen if a dependent on this return has already electronically filed their own return without claiming an exemption for him or herself.

The return must be printed and mailed.

Taxpayer and Spouse's Information is Correct and Neither is Claimed as a Dependent Contact the IRS
If the primary taxpayer's and/or spouse's social security number was entered correctly, and neither of them were claimed as a dependent on somebody else's electronically filed return, contact the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 to report the problem.
Related Error Code: US0000PSSNUSY005



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