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How to File an Amended Return with the IRS
If you've made an error on a tax return you already filed or simply come across new information, such as a tax deduction or credit you now realize you qualify for, file an amended tax return to make the correction. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) knows the tax code is complex, and that people make mistakes. The process for filing an amendment is straightforward. Simply file Form 1040X, Amended Tax Return, along with the corrected or additional documents you did not originally file with your return. Read more…

What Are Tax Amendments?
The IRS allows you to correct mistakes on a tax return you've already filed by filing an amended tax return. Read more…

How to File Tax Amendments
The Internal Revenue Code is lengthy and complex, which can sometimes mean that your personal income tax return includes some errors and omissions. The IRS allows you to voluntarily correct the mistakes you later discover by filing an amended tax return. However, you have to adhere to all eligibility criteria before filing the amendment. Read more…

Video: What Are Tax Amendments?
If you want to make changes to a tax return, you must file an amended return. Read more…

Video: How to Amend Your Tax Return
What to do if you filed your tax return with TurboTax, and now need to change it. TurboTax makes it easy to amend your tax return and file it again. Read more…


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