An anonymous reader writes: People filing their 2011 taxes with TurboTax who have lost a Spouse in 2011 are getting rejection notices from the IRS. Intuit chat reps are blaming "overloaded IRS servers" for the problem, even though the error messages received point to a programming error in TurboTax. The error noted is "If 'PINTypeCode' in the Return Header has the value "Self-Select On-Line" and 'SpouseSignature' has a value, then 'SpouseDateofBirth' must have a value." Rejection of the Federal return causes automatic rejection of the e-file State return. After 2 tries to e-file, TurboTax adds insulter to injury by refusing to allow any further e-filing, and Intuit doesn't offer to even look into the problem. Adding more insult to the injury, New York State charges a penalty of $25 if you have to mail in your taxes, which is what Intuit suggests you do. I think they should fix their problem or issue refunds.