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miakeon2
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If I go back in and amend my taxes what do I do next? It says the form is not ready so how will this affect the changes I already made?

 
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ChrisVonHoep
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If I go back in and amend my taxes what do I do next? It says the form is not ready so how will this affect the changes I already made?

You will have to wait for the form to be ready; if already e-filed and pending, you need to wait until it is either accepted, or rejected.

If rejected, you can update your return and re-file.
For more information see Amending a return.
If accepted please see the following regarding amending a return:

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miakeon2
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If I go back in and amend my taxes what do I do next? It says the form is not ready so how will this affect the changes I already made?

I already filed and it was accepted by the IRS then i went back and made changes anyway but turbotax said I couldnt make changes without the 1040X form so did I mess up anything with my return? It changed the amount but at the end but Im not sure if it went through.
ChrisVonHoep
Level 1

If I go back in and amend my taxes what do I do next? It says the form is not ready so how will this affect the changes I already made?

You will have to wait for the form to be ready; if already e-filed and pending, you need to wait until it is either accepted, or rejected.

If rejected, you can update your return and re-file.
For more information see Amending a return.
If accepted please see the following regarding amending a return:

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