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Fed Return finished but found I need to add dividends on line 3b 1040 and line 3a to 1040; how do I get back to the forms to make these changes???

I need to change my 1040 and add dividend amounts to lines 3b and 3a.d. I do not know how to make these changes since I had the tax forms printed for my review.  How do I make these changes to my tax returns before filing manually, not electronically. 

I did not see any way of getting back into the forms in order to make these changes and discovered them on the actual printed form where they were left out.

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Fed Return finished but found I need to add dividends on line 3b 1040 and line 3a to 1040; how do I get back to the forms to make these changes???

To enter your dividends:

1.  Click Federal on the left-hand side menu.

2.  Click Income across the top.

3.  Scroll down to Interest and Dividends and click Show more.

4.  Click Start or Revisit by Dividends on 1099-DIV.

Destroy your old return that you have printed out (before the dividends), reprint, and file!

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Fed Return finished but found I need to add dividends on line 3b 1040 and line 3a to 1040; how do I get back to the forms to make these changes???

To enter your dividends:

1.  Click Federal on the left-hand side menu.

2.  Click Income across the top.

3.  Scroll down to Interest and Dividends and click Show more.

4.  Click Start or Revisit by Dividends on 1099-DIV.

Destroy your old return that you have printed out (before the dividends), reprint, and file!

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