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ssharp18
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I forgot to file my second w-2 but I already filed my first one

I forgot to file my second W-2 form but I already filed my first one and it just got accepted by the IRS
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Vanessa
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I forgot to file my second w-2 but I already filed my first one

Since your return was accepted by the IRS you can click here for instructions on how to Amend Your Return as that is the only way to add the second W-2. The Amended forms are not quite available yet but are expected to be shortly. 

Remember, when you are filing the Amended Return, you will need to print and mail the 1040X as it is NOT able to be e-filed.

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Vanessa
Level 3

I forgot to file my second w-2 but I already filed my first one

Since your return was accepted by the IRS you can click here for instructions on how to Amend Your Return as that is the only way to add the second W-2. The Amended forms are not quite available yet but are expected to be shortly. 

Remember, when you are filing the Amended Return, you will need to print and mail the 1040X as it is NOT able to be e-filed.

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ssharp18
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I forgot to file my second w-2 but I already filed my first one

Will I be charged to amend my tax return & how do I amend my tax return if it’s already accepted by the IRS
Vanessa
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I forgot to file my second w-2 but I already filed my first one

No, you are not charged to amend your return.  When you log back into your return, you will just click on Amend My Return on the start page.  The amended form is done when it is already accepted by the IRS.
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