I filed my 2020 taxes on by paper.
I filed a Form 8938 along with my 1040 as I had done in previous years.
This year I had to hurriedly file a copy of a page of my 8939. The page I copied was in a binder, so it had binder holes.
I didn't notice that one binder hole "cut" into a letter for the name of a financial institution (Form 8938, Part V, Line 7a). Instead of reading "NATIONAL BANK..." what I submitted on paper reads "ATIONAL BANK..."
There is another entry regarding a different account at the same institution that does read fully "NATIONAL BANK".
I owe no taxes (received a refund) and have no income associated with the accounts in question (I file 8938 purely as an information report).
I do not know the status of my return (online tool has no info; can't reach a live person on the phone).
This is a stupid mistake.
Presumably a live person will transcribe my return and the IRS will then process it.
Should I wait and see what happens?
Should I prepare for an audit or a fine (the 8938 fines are substantial!)?
Anyone ever run across this before?