amend tax return for 2011

Need help trying to amend 2011 tax return, missing deductions that need to be added to the return. I tried few time ubable to access tax return information.
  • Hi there. Are you signing in with the same user ID and password you used to initially file your returns? If so, are you selecting the "Amend (change) a return that was filed and accepted" link when you sign in? If so, please provide more details about what the trouble is?

  • Hi There! I am trying to amend a 2011 tax return but when i click on Amend (change) it says ill need to use the 2011 version of TurboTax but I filed online not with a disc. So I am not sure why its not working.

"You amend a tax return when you need to change information on a tax return that's considered filed and accepted by the government. If your return is pending, you need to wait to until it's accepted or rejected so you know whether to amend it or correct it."

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