No, you should not amend. All you can do is wait for a letter from the IRS for an explanation.
The IRS may be working with returns that claimed unemployment since that will now be adjusted.
There was a change to make the first 10,200 tax-free.
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At this point, it is impossible to know exactly what will be in the letter - that will depend on what errors the IRS is reviewing and their findings.
Yes, if the IRS sends you a letter, they will tell you what action is required on your part. Often, they will request additional information. They may also tell you their review did not result in any change to your return.
If the error is obvious (e.g. you forgot to report a W-2 or 1099), they will propose an increase in your taxes to cover the unreported income.
Yes, I understand that. I know for sure I did not miss any forms. I only worked one place, and recieved unemployment. That's why I dont understand why there would of been an error. I still have yet to receive a letter, etc.