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normastokessmith
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Accidently resent 2016 tax return instead of 2017, what can I do

accidently resent 2016 tax what can I do 

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KittyM
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Accidently resent 2016 tax return instead of 2017, what can I do

Prepare and file your 2017 return. 

Since 2016 returns cannot be efiled, I will presume you mailed it.  If you already have a 2016 return on file, the IRS will reject your second filing and may send you a letter about it. If they write you, write back if necessary.  If you do not hear from them, you need not worry.

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KittyM
Level 2

Accidently resent 2016 tax return instead of 2017, what can I do

Prepare and file your 2017 return. 

Since 2016 returns cannot be efiled, I will presume you mailed it.  If you already have a 2016 return on file, the IRS will reject your second filing and may send you a letter about it. If they write you, write back if necessary.  If you do not hear from them, you need not worry.

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