Foreign address is still a problem when filling out a 1099-R ... and when going to pay. This isn't a question, I'm still amazed that this issue still persists.

I was hoping that the Foreign address payment issue was corrected, but it is not.

I've completed my forms and would like to pay.  I have two addresses attached to my credit card but cannot succeed in paying.

Also, in the program filling out the 1009-R forum, I'm asked for my post code but you guys want a five digit code, all numbers, and I cannot fill in what my postal code is.

Every year I spend more with this problem than actually working through the form.

This is frustrating ... and should not be an issue in 2015.  I've been ordering products online with a foreign address for a very long time; it would be great if you guys could make this painless.


I spent a fair amount of time online tonight with my AT&T Visa card people.  The problem is not with them.

So, could someone from Intuit take a look at my e-mail address and see what the problem is.  AT&T Visa (Citi Bank) can see the attempted charges against my account, but you guys are not letting this go through.

I am getting tired of this.  My credit card company has _________both_________ addresses attached to my account.  It's now up to you ___take___ my money. 

Hey guys, this is the 21st century, this shouldn't be so f****** difficult.

LOOK INTO THIS.   Thank you, have a .... nice day.   

Dave Horne  - Vught, the Netherlands \ Philadelphia, PA

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