I sent my file at the end of May by mail, but I accidentally filled out the non-filers two weeks ago, and now I already got the 1200 dollar. I tried to e-file my tax-return file but it was rejected. Should I send a 1040X form? I don't have the record of the original 1040 form because I think the system automatically generated for me, and I accidentally clicked start over in the non-filer system. What should I do?
@CatinaT1 maybe you can help me my turbotax green dot account was closed along with 1000's of others with money still on my account. I called the number on the back of the card and keep getting hung up on.
I replied like 3 or 4 times but gave you wrong answers
I suggested to AMEND your TAX return.
I didn't read where you said the efile was rejected.
You don't have to amend CUZ the IRS did not get the 2nd one.
They didn't get the "non filers" form.
Can you tell us a little more about what you're trying to accomplish and what "papers" refer to your residency status?
Isn't there anyway to contact IRS and ask them to withdraw/cancel the false non-filer return?
This is the first year I wanted to e-file my tax return on TurboTax but it didn't go through because of multiple ssns error at the end... so I figured I made the same mistake! :(
If there is any other way to withdraw or cancel the non-filer please let me know. Right now the IRS status says: non-filer accepted by IRS but I haven't received anything from IRS (no refund, no stimulus check since May!)
I'm worried that I won't get my refund OR the check because of this.
I would appreciate your help
Sorry, but there is no way to do that.
You will have to print your return and file by mail.
If you write Amended return at the top, or include a statement the IRS will process it.
But it may take awhile, due to a lack of staff and a big backlog at the IRS.
You will be able to claim your stimulus when you file your 2020 return.
I just printed out the 1040X form off of the IRS website. There to you can find the mailing address because it has to be mailed in USPS. Make sure you type up a cover letter explaining why you are amending the return. Good luck to all as I am still waiting to hear back from IRS on mine. I will post an update as soon as I have one to give.