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I accidentally listed myself and hit the reserve a spot box for the Credit Karma tax how can I unlisted myself... is there any options or anyways ?because I don't want to get access on this this?

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state tax

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I already filed my federal taxes with credit karma but at the time said my state wasn't accepting returns yet now that they are how can I just file my state return I tried and it is making me file my federal again.  I don't want to do that they have already been efiled.

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I am having the same problem-have contacted credit karma but no response as of yet

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I'm ready got deleted by mistake

I would like to have my reserved spot now

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CHANGE PHONE NUMBER

HOW DO I CHANGE MY PHONE NUMBER?

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