Paper Filed Returns Scanned Through EDR Release 1.0.1
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Purpose of Bulletin
To inform staff that on December 31, 2012, we implemented Enterprise Data to Revenue (EDR) Release 1.0.1.
EDR Release 1.0.1 is the second of nine primary releases for the EDR Project.
Beginning December 31, 2012 we are scanning the entire personal income tax (PIT) paper filed returns including any attached W-2s, schedules, and checks received for tax year 2012, and tax year 2008 and prior 540 2EZ, 540A, 540, and 540NR.
Note: PIT amended returns (540X) are no longer part of Release 1.0.1. However, the entire return is scanned and viewable XXXXX.
Viewable Paper Filed Returns
Staff can view the entire paper filed returns and any checks that are scanned in XXXX. These returns are also viewable in TI, similar to e-filed returns.
Returns show in TI as follows:
- On the Returns Received Display:
- “S540 2EZ”.
- Have a Document Locator Number (DLN) suffix ending with an “N”.
To view the return in TI, select the appropriate return and press xxxxxx key to access the display screen.
PIT amended returns received beginning December 31, 2012 are scanned as follows:
- Scan the entire return after it is processed by IVS.
- Entire return is viewable XXXX.
- Any checks attached with the 540X are not viewable XXXX.
- Additional suffix is not added to the DLN.
If a return is not available XXXX, follow your current procedures for requesting a copy. If you have trouble viewing a return in XXXX, contact Imaging and XXXXXXXXXXX..
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