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You rush to get your taxes in and -- you realize you made him -- You're certainly not alone.
Two million taxpayers made nearly three million mistakes last.
-- this of those people that are filing early.
And they follow you know by February to trying to get their refund and then months later things trickle -- because you know that's the way life -- The most common tax filing error occurs when calculating the amount of tax code.
Turns out you can fix those mistakes with a 1040 X form you can get one from the IRS website it's three columns that are easy to.
Fill out one of which shows the original documentation original numbers income deductions -- -- -- on the return you filed.
Then the corrected numbers in the second column and the third column just shows the differences -- -- -- aren't necessary to support the changes you may.
W twos that were missing ten and -- -- -- in -- in any schedules if -- taken certain.
Deductions that you didn't have a schedule attacks that we have to put on the attachment to -- 1040.
The IRS usually corrects all -- errors or you.
The mathematical errors are probably going to be caught by the IRS so they'll send you -- notice with any changes if a W two leading get a tax reform wasn't attached don't worry about because again those things are filed with the IRS.
You don't have to go through an amendment process.
IRS web site.
-- my amended return page in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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