Yes, you can amend your return after you've received a refund. In fact, the IRS doesn't want you to amend until you've already gotten your tax refund.
If you owe money after amending, you'll have to include payment with your e-filed or mailed amendment form.
If your amendment results in a second refund, you'll get a check for the additional amount.
- I received a refund when I filed, but now I owe taxes on the amendment. How do I handle this?
- How does the refund math work on amendments?
- I'm getting another refund after amending. Do I need to send the first one back?
- How do I add another form (like a W-2) or add/change/update something after I already filed?