Self-employment Going to "Edit" >> screens are empty - as if I had not entered any information - but I have! Why is this happening?

I cannot access information entered yesterday.  Amount of (loss) shows on summary page so I know the information is there, but I can't access it.  TT seems to want to create another company when  I do this.  All I want to do is edit existing information.  


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When you choose EDIT you get to the beginning of the Self employment form where your information was originally entered.   In order to EDIT any of the information you need to scroll ("Continue" through each screen within that form to get to the page you want to edit your information.   I agree that it does look like the program wants you to create another company but you really are on the same business return. 

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