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Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

I'm amending my 2017 returns, and NYS requires online filing.

 

However, when trying to file, TT Premier 2017 says "The Intuit Electronic Filing Center is closed for the 2017 Personal Income Tax filing season. October 20, 2018 was the last day to file returns electronically - Pease file your return(s) through the mail." There appear to be no more instructions, and the TT filing instructions indicate (erroneously, I presume) that my NYS return was filed electronically.

 

Should I be doing anything other than mailing the IT-201-X and documents to:

 

STATE PROCESSING CENTER

PO BOX 61000

ALBANY NY

 

Thanks,

Pete

 

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Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

How to file an amended return

Complete your amended return as if you are filing the return for the first time.

Submit all the forms relevant to the information in your amended return (even if you already submitted these forms with your original return), such as:

  • forms for any credits you are claiming or amending,
  • forms you submitted as attachments to your original return that are still applicable (for example, IT-196, IT-201-ATT or IT-203-ATT), and
  • all your wage and tax statements, such as Form IT-2.

Do not submit a copy of your original Form IT-201, IT-203, or IT-195.

 

Where to mail your amended return:


If enclosing a payment (check or money order), mail your return
and Form IT-201-V to:


STATE PROCESSING CENTER
PO BOX 15555
ALBANY NY 12212-5555


If not enclosing a payment, mail your return to:
STATE PROCESSING CENTER
PO BOX 61000
ALBANY NY 12261-0001

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Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

How to file an amended return

Complete your amended return as if you are filing the return for the first time.

Submit all the forms relevant to the information in your amended return (even if you already submitted these forms with your original return), such as:

  • forms for any credits you are claiming or amending,
  • forms you submitted as attachments to your original return that are still applicable (for example, IT-196, IT-201-ATT or IT-203-ATT), and
  • all your wage and tax statements, such as Form IT-2.

Do not submit a copy of your original Form IT-201, IT-203, or IT-195.

 

Where to mail your amended return:


If enclosing a payment (check or money order), mail your return
and Form IT-201-V to:


STATE PROCESSING CENTER
PO BOX 15555
ALBANY NY 12212-5555


If not enclosing a payment, mail your return to:
STATE PROCESSING CENTER
PO BOX 61000
ALBANY NY 12261-0001

Stauff55
Returning Member

Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

I have made my updates, saved, and printed the files.  When I get to the "We're ready to file your taxes" the <continue> button doesn't do anything ( I was going to e-file my state return).  I assume I have mail in both the federal and state amended forms now? Thanks

MoniqueLO
Intuit Alumni

Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

Yes, you can mail in your amended returns. 

 

Please see below for more information.

 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/amending/help/how-do-i-amend-a-return-in-turbotax/00/27579

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Stauff55
Returning Member

Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

New York allows (and I thought recommended) e-filing.  But is that not an option?

Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

It is NOT an option thru the TT system ... thru paid tax professionals it is but not thru the DIY options. 

Stauff55
Returning Member

Filing Amended 2017 NYS Return

thank you!!

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