topic If you have already contacted the Social Security Adminis... in Retirement tax questions https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/if-you-have-already-contacted-the-social-security-adminis/01/641827#M60883 <P>If you have already contacted the Social Security Administration (SSA) and have proof of their agreement to the changes/corrections you can file your return with the correct information. &nbsp;When you get the corrected document place it with your tax records.</P><P>Be diligent to follow up until you have something in writing if you don't have anything now. An explanation is not necessary to send with your return at this time. &nbsp;However, if you choose to send any documentation you can print your Form 8879 (assuming you e-file) and mail it with your document to the following address. &nbsp;Otherwise you can attach them to the front of the Form 1040 if filed by mail.</P><DIV>If you are e-filing your tax return, then mail your statements along with Form 8879 to:&nbsp;</DIV><BLOCKQUOTE> <DIV><I><B>Internal Revenue Service</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Attn: Shipping and Receiving, 0254&nbsp;</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Receipt and Control Branch</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Austin, TX 73344-0254</B></I></DIV> </BLOCKQUOTE> Thu, 06 Jun 2019 08:17:16 GMT DianeW 2019-06-06T08:17:16Z How do I explain error in amount reported on SSA-1099, when SSA agrees with my figures but has been dragging it's feet issuing corrected 1099? https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/how-do-i-explain-error-in-amount-reported-on-ssa-1099-when-ssa-agrees-with-my-figures-but-has-been/01/641816#M60879 <P>Tax filing deadline is near, and I want to file using correct (my) figure but with an explanation.<BR /></P> Thu, 06 Jun 2019 08:17:14 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/how-do-i-explain-error-in-amount-reported-on-ssa-1099-when-ssa-agrees-with-my-figures-but-has-been/01/641816#M60879 larryvenaas 2019-06-06T08:17:14Z If you have already contacted the Social Security Adminis... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/if-you-have-already-contacted-the-social-security-adminis/01/641827#M60883 <P>If you have already contacted the Social Security Administration (SSA) and have proof of their agreement to the changes/corrections you can file your return with the correct information. &nbsp;When you get the corrected document place it with your tax records.</P><P>Be diligent to follow up until you have something in writing if you don't have anything now. An explanation is not necessary to send with your return at this time. &nbsp;However, if you choose to send any documentation you can print your Form 8879 (assuming you e-file) and mail it with your document to the following address. &nbsp;Otherwise you can attach them to the front of the Form 1040 if filed by mail.</P><DIV>If you are e-filing your tax return, then mail your statements along with Form 8879 to:&nbsp;</DIV><BLOCKQUOTE> <DIV><I><B>Internal Revenue Service</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Attn: Shipping and Receiving, 0254&nbsp;</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Receipt and Control Branch</B></I></DIV> <DIV><I><B>Austin, TX 73344-0254</B></I></DIV> </BLOCKQUOTE> Thu, 06 Jun 2019 08:17:16 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/retirement/discussion/if-you-have-already-contacted-the-social-security-adminis/01/641827#M60883 DianeW 2019-06-06T08:17:16Z
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