Always print a copy of your completed tax return for your records, and review it carefully before e-Filing.
You will need it if you are audited by the IRS, or to amend if a TurboTax update changes your return or for any other reason,
AND, to find your AGI next year.
I do have copies of the return that I originally filed, I was more curious if this is a common thing to have the refund/payment amount change in Turbotax months after I have filed due to an update. I wonder if I missed out on refund money in the past because of this situation. Is filing an amended return the correct thing to do in this situation?
I honestly haven't look at the return in depth, I just noticed when I opened the program in August (eFile was originally done back in late March or early April) the refund amount it listed was significantly higher. I clicked through the error checker and it said everything was good so I am a little confused. Other than going line by line with my filed return and what it is computing now and see what changed, how else can I figure out the reason?
"Other than going line by line with my filed return and what it is computing now and see what changed, how else can I figure out the reason?"
There's no other way.
Sometimes Intuit will send a message to affected tax filers if a problem has been found in previous versions.
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