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marynadrowski719
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I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

irs found error in 2015 tax return. now I had to set up payments to them to pay the error amount to them.  Where are these payments entered on the 2018 form

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Anonymous
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I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

the irs payments are not deductible

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Anonymous
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I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

the irs payments are not deductible

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marynadrowski719
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I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

Really??, the Federal tax payments are not deductible?? 

But only the state are deductible?  Did I understand you correctly?

MichaelL1
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I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

The state tax payments would be an itemized deduction on the Federal return.

These payments can be entered as follows:

To enter estimated taxes paid (Federal, State, Local)
•    Click on Federal Taxes (Personal using Home and Business)
•    Click on Deductions and Credits
•    Click on I'll choose what I work on (if shown)
•    Scroll down to Estimates and Other Taxes Paid
•    On Other Income Taxes Paid, click on the start or update button


MichaelL1
Level 15

I have been making irs and state payments from a previous error on my 2015 tax return. Where or how do I end these payments on the 1040?

In some states the Federal payments can be deducted on the state return (limited number of states do this).
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