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tax question

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by hi pinion, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. hi pinion

    hi pinion 3/4 ton status

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    Quick tax question,

    Say your tax person is 70 + years old, he makes a mistake,,after it was submitted,, can you go back and fix it with another tax person? ,,, It hasnt happened, but if it does i want to be prepared. :)
     
  2. 4X4HIGH

    4X4HIGH 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Yes, you can amend your taxes. Not sure how you go about doing it but it can be done.
     
  3. hi pinion

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    Its just i have upward in the area of 40k worth of stuff that i bought last year for work , etc etc, stuff for work, equpment etc, well see. :)
     
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    Its pretty sad actually, i have 5 or six piles of receipts , all categorized strung out on my office floor :D i get the liberty of adding them all up too :D
     
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    If, after you file, you discover you forgot something, call the IRS and tell them you want to file an amended return, and they'll walk you through it from there.

    Doing anything else will freak out their computers and you'll be forever trying to resolve the problem.

    Best bet would be to work with your tax person to make sure you both don't overlook anything. That'll keep him on his toes. :)

    Tom
     

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