How do you fix the "error on form" message on the Rt-6?

The message occurred when I prepared this quarter's Rt-6 form.  When I click "check for errors" button, it comes back there are no errors.  How do I clear it off of the form?


Pleased to have you here, kahleofc.

I am here to share with you information about the error prompt you’ve received while preparing your RT-6 form.

We have been receiving reports coming from our customers about this issue. This error has something to do with an incorrect information on the form specifically your account numbers.

To fix this error, visit the website of Florida State agency and verify in there if you have the correct account number.

If the issue persists, I recommend reaching out to your State Customer Care team. A tax specialist will look up your State account information on a secure environment.

Keep me posted on how things work on your end. I am always here to help you with printing and filling your State Tax forms.
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