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Amended Return written on a notepad

In most circumstances, you must file an amended return within 3 years from the date you filed your original return or 2 years from the date you paid the tax.

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1040-X Amended Tax Return

The general deadline for an amended tax return is 3 years from when the original return was filed or 2 years from when the tax was paid, whichever is later.

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1040 Tax Return

IRS Notice CP21A is a letter that the IRS issues when changes have been made to a tax return by the taxpayer, usually after they have filed an amended return.

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Woman Reading Letter

IRS Notice CP21C is sent out when a taxpayer requests to make a change to their tax return. The notice informs the taxpayer that the change has been completed.

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Amended Return written with man at computer and sheets of paper of graphs on them

Tax law does not allow us to claim last year’s expenses on this year’s return, but does allow us to amend our returns to include missing deductions.

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Man opening letter

What should I do if I receive a notice for overpayment from work benefits with the workforce commission, and I have already filed my taxes?

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Form 1099-Misc

For 2018 taxes I did not add my 1099. The IRS is saying I owe. How can I remedy this? I have the 1099 ready to add.

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Amended Tax Return on a keyboard button

Generally, amending an already filed tax return will not extend the time the IRS has to audit the return, which is normally three years.

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Amend spelled out with white blocks

If you need to amend your federal tax return, this is done on Form 1040X. Here are some dos and don'ts when filing an amended tax return.

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