June 6, 2019 8:03 AM
last updated June 06, 2019 8:03 AM
The amount of unemployment compensation that was entered is different from what the IRS received. Now I am being charged back tax on the difference for a mistake I did not make. How do I go about being compensated for the processing mistake by turbo tax?
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If your return shows more income you should be getting a refund from the IRS. And it's looks clear that you made a typing error and added a zero at the end of the amount. What amount is on the 1099G you received for if?
I filed it and as soon as I submit I print it out. My print out shows the correct amount entered. There is no decimal points or error on my end. The error occurred from after I filed to when the IRS received it.