MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Intuit Inc. announced that its software Turbo Tax has resumed e-filing of state income tax returns Friday afternoon.

While users can still file national refunds, the state of Minnesota still will not accept refunds filed electronically with Turbo Tax.

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The company had temporarily suspended e-filing in all states over concerns of fraud after two Minnesota users reported that someone had already filed in their name.

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The scare prompted the Minnesota Department of Revenue to block Turbo Tax filings, which remains closed pending further investigation.

The Minnesota Department of Revenue says the issue is with Turbo-Tax, but Intuit said it’s system wasn’t hacked.

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“We are working quickly to verify Intuit’s new security measures and their impact on Minnesota returns,” department officials said in a statement. “We will work continuously until we can assure Minnesotans that Turbo Tax returns will be filed safely.”