Meighan's statement said Intuit is working with the Minnesota agency to resolve any remaining issues and is providing regular updates to the state.
Minnesota went public with the issues late Friday and issued a statement that was picked up by much of the state's media. It also held a conference call to explain the situation to tax preparers. Meanwhile, concerned preparers were posting comments on the Intuit Community listed a number sections of the products that were affected by programming errors.
These errors affected the products in different ways. "While some errors were the same across all the products, some were unique to a specific product," the spokesperson said. The common errors, the spokesperson commented, does not mean the programs had common code. TurboTax and ProSeries are built on one platform; Lacerte and Intuit Tax Online are on another.