1040-IN: Nonconformity with Internal Revenue Code

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MFA required for electronic filing

Effective May 3rd, the 2017 version of UltraTax CS requires multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the electronic filing transmission feature in CS Connect.

Thomson Reuters is committed to proactively evolving our security features to help you protect your firm and your clients' data. For more information about multi-factor authentication, see Multi-factor authentication overview.

It is not unusual for Congress to pass or extend legislation for the current tax year shortly before the start of the tax filing season. In many cases, the Indiana General Assembly does not react to such legislation until after the busy filing season.

For certain areas of adjustments to income on the federal return, UltraTax/1040-IN follows the Indiana legislation that is currently in place. Typically, this results in an add-back on Schedule 1 or Schedule B or other such adjustments on Schedule A, column B.

See Screen INAdj for additional information.

Due to the manner in which Indiana electronic schemas are designed, the Indiana electronic record does not recognize overrides on Schedule 1 or Schedule B. If you override Schedule 1 or Schedule B to remove certain add-backs, the return must be paper-filed.

Related topic: 1040 Indiana frequently asked questions

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