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If your tax return gets rejected by the IRS once you correct it can you e-file it again

 
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If your tax return gets rejected by the IRS once you correct it can you e-file it again

Yes. When you're unsuccessful at e-filing a return, the system is set up to generate a reject code so that you know exactly what information is missing or needs to be corrected. Just make the corrections, and you'll be able to make a second attempt at e-filing. 

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If your tax return gets rejected by the IRS once you correct it can you e-file it again

Yes. When you're unsuccessful at e-filing a return, the system is set up to generate a reject code so that you know exactly what information is missing or needs to be corrected. Just make the corrections, and you'll be able to make a second attempt at e-filing. 

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302275

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