"that's just one of the reasons the IRS requires you to file Form 1040."
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....and, if you are married, are filing jointly (MFJ), and you have entered both your, and your spouse's W-2 forms.....it is Critical that you go back to the W-2 area and make sure each W-2 is assigned to the correct person.
Sometimes the excess SS tax notification results when a taxpayer accidentally enters both spouse's W-2 forms as belonging to only one of them.