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anarchistkitchen
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Amend my Taxes with an S-Corporation

Good Morning, Afternoon,

thank you for reading this post.

I already filled my taxes.

I did not filled my s-corporation taxes, I have to do an amend.

I used turbo tax for building the s-corporation files, I did not include my personal already filled taxes.

I tried to send and it fails because I need an amend.

I did my original taxes with an online software not with turbo tax:
Questions:
1) until when do I have to do this amend (my s-corporation is on the red, we own money to the bank)

2) is there a way to import my already taxes done to turbo tax and do an amend from there?

how would you proceed i am confused

thanks

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tagteam
Level 15

Amend my Taxes with an S-Corporation

I recommend you consult, in person, with a tax professional for guidance and, possibly, income tax return preparation.

 

Your profile indicates you are not using the Intuit product for entities, which is TurboTax Business.

 

See https://turbotax.intuit.com/small-business-taxes/

 

More importantly, the 1120-S for your S corporation was due March 16th (unless an extension was filed) and penalties may be due. Consult a tax professional for this matter.

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tagteam
Level 15

Amend my Taxes with an S-Corporation

I recommend you consult, in person, with a tax professional for guidance and, possibly, income tax return preparation.

 

Your profile indicates you are not using the Intuit product for entities, which is TurboTax Business.

 

See https://turbotax.intuit.com/small-business-taxes/

 

More importantly, the 1120-S for your S corporation was due March 16th (unless an extension was filed) and penalties may be due. Consult a tax professional for this matter.

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