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ruthann-patterso
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I have already filed my 2021 tax return. I filed with W2 from my current job, but later received my previous jobs w2 in the mail, how can I claim the tax return for my previous job when I've already f

 
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bluedeb
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I have already filed my 2021 tax return. I filed with W2 from my current job, but later received my previous jobs w2 in the mail, how can I claim the tax return for my previous job when I've already f

Once you e-file a return, you cannot get it back, cancel it, or make any changes to it. 

 

You will have to wait until your return gets accepted or rejected to make any changes.  Do not make any changes to your e-filed return, it will not go through.  The IRS is not accepting returns until Feb. 12th, you will have to wait until then to see if your return is accepted or rejected.

 

If rejected, you can enter or change your information, then re-e-file.

 

If accepted, you would have to amend your return to make changes or add information.

 

Also, the Federal amended return (1040X), will not be available until around Feb. 28th (subject to change).

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bluedeb
Level 15

I have already filed my 2021 tax return. I filed with W2 from my current job, but later received my previous jobs w2 in the mail, how can I claim the tax return for my previous job when I've already f

Once you e-file a return, you cannot get it back, cancel it, or make any changes to it. 

 

You will have to wait until your return gets accepted or rejected to make any changes.  Do not make any changes to your e-filed return, it will not go through.  The IRS is not accepting returns until Feb. 12th, you will have to wait until then to see if your return is accepted or rejected.

 

If rejected, you can enter or change your information, then re-e-file.

 

If accepted, you would have to amend your return to make changes or add information.

 

Also, the Federal amended return (1040X), will not be available until around Feb. 28th (subject to change).

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