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Do I need to mail anything if my e-filed amendment has been accepted?

I had to file an amendment because I received a late form. I have completed the amendment and when I filed it (there was not change to the refund/owed amount). 

 

After electronically filing the amended return, on the Print and Save Your Tax Return screen, TurboTax said “Print and Mail These Forms to the Government. Even though you e-filed, don't skip this paperwork. These forms are required by the government to complete your return."

 

When I clicked "print forms, the the only thing that printed was a list of IRS mailing addresses and a payment voucher showing the amount of my payment that I had previously submitted via electronic transfer when filing my original return. 

 

At this point my amended return has been Accepted by both Federal and State. So my questions are:

 

Do I actually need to mail anything in? and if so, what? Do I just mail in the voucher slip as this was the only thing that printed? Do I need to mail in the amended tax return? And if the return has been accepted, why do I need to mail anything in?

 

 

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CatinaT1
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Do I need to mail anything if my e-filed amendment has been accepted?

No. Don't mail anything if they were accepted electronically. You can check the status of your amended return here.

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