What happened to my income for 2022 tax planner?
markus1957 said:Keep an eye out for the R46.9 version to be posted on the Mondo Patch web page. It has the Planner update. With still more testing needed to verify the numbers, 2022 looks intact and 2023 looks reasonable.
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Note my previous report of how tax planner has been broken for years should not have been merged into this thread. Its a totally different issue than the year change problem.
As I said numbers for many items don't make sense. And even you correct them, they don't stay changed.0
tnsprin said:Note my previous report of how tax planner has been broken for years should not have been merged into this thread. Its a totally different issue than the year change problem.
As I said numbers for many items don't make sense. And even you correct them, they don't stay changed.
Since the subject of this thread started with and is clearly about Tax Planner year change rollover issues and resolution, you might want to perhaps consider starting a new thread that is specific to the issue you have been seeing so it gets a clean start and the attention it deserves.(QW Premier Subscription: R47.15 on Windows 11)-1
I manually installed following https://www.quicken.com/support/update-and-patch-20182019-release-quicken-windows-subscription-product
I can see 2022 and 2023 after this upgrade.Best Regards1
mikek753b said:I manually installed following https://www.quicken.com/support/update-and-patch-20182019-release-quicken-windows-subscription-product
I can see 2022 and 2023 after this upgrade.
Deluxe R48.15, Windows 10 Pro0
:-( every new fix or feature breaks something, it's true
I wish quicken can do better QABest Regards0
Yes, Quicken has yet again managed to completely screw up the estimated tax calculations at the beginning of the year - just in time for you to file your file estimated tax payment for 2022. If you don't like playing around with your system date (I don't), the below may work for some of you.
The good news is that the reports are correct. I printed out the Tax Summary and Tax Schedule reports (in summary form, not with all the detail transactions). I then loaded up TurboTax for 2021* tax year (since those estimated tax calculations use the 2022 tax rates) and used the reports to update the Estimated Tax section in TurboTax.
Actually, since this happens pretty much every year, I also have a spreadsheet that does a pretty good job of calculating taxes, so I ran the numbers through there as well (and got the same results as TurboTax.
yes, I have had issue with tax planner to randomly change numbers too.
it doesn't retain my selection to use Scheduled, even I see it's selected Scheduled the value in above isn't from the scheduled, but some random values that isn't matching any values from available options.
bottom line is I can't trust Tax Planner
I had to re select Scheduled all the time to make it match to top item value to get better calculation
no matter what I tried I can't get it work 100%
every new selection some how resets prev page to another random number
Yes, I showed it to Quicken Support, sure I uploaded all my data and logs, sure Support promised to take a look. But, nothing I got back from Support
Yes, I run my data validation many times
yes, workaround to use User Entered, but his works only once, the next time I have to manually update User Entered for current
any Quicken help?Best Regards1
I use Tax Schedule and Tax Summary reports and keep a spreadsheet. Unfortunately, the Tax Planner is the best option (when it works) to include Scheduled Transactions. It would be great if Scheduled Transactions were a selectable option for Quicken reports.
Deluxe R48.15, Windows 10 Pro0
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