Amended 1040x


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ilyaz

I use TurboTax Deluxe 2004.

In the early February, I filed my 1040 return electronically and got a
refund deposited into my bank account within a couple of weeks.

A few days after the refund appeared on a bank statement in late February, I
got another 1099-DIV form. I used TurboTax again and filled an amended 1040X
return. Since the amount of dividends was only $12, there was no change in
the amount of refund. I mailed this amended return to the IRS.

A day after that, I got yet another W-2 from another employer for $45. I
wanted to amend the first amended return and file the second amended 1040X
form, but TurboTax would not do it. Instead, TurboTax produced what I'd call
a "combined" amendment, in which the column "C" is correct, but the column
"A" is not correct (according to IRS, the column A of the second amendment
must be the same as column C of the first amendment).
Is there a way to have TurboTax Deluxe prepare the second amended return?
I'll appreciate any suggestions.
 
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Z Man

ilyaz said:
I use TurboTax Deluxe 2004.

In the early February, I filed my 1040 return electronically and got a
refund deposited into my bank account within a couple of weeks.

A few days after the refund appeared on a bank statement in late February,
I got another 1099-DIV form. I used TurboTax again and filled an amended
1040X return. Since the amount of dividends was only $12, there was no
change in the amount of refund. I mailed this amended return to the IRS.

A day after that, I got yet another W-2 from another employer for $45. I
wanted to amend the first amended return and file the second amended 1040X
form, but TurboTax would not do it. Instead, TurboTax produced what I'd
call a "combined" amendment, in which the column "C" is correct, but the
column "A" is not correct (according to IRS, the column A of the second
amendment must be the same as column C of the first amendment).
Is there a way to have TurboTax Deluxe prepare the second amended return?
I'll appreciate any suggestions.
The mistake you made is preparing your own tax return. Frankly, this is a
good example of why non-professionals should not do tax returns. Had you
consulted an experienced tax preparer, he/she would have told you to
disregard the new 1099. It is absurd to amend a tax return to change $12.
Same for the W-2. Since you said you would appreciate any suggestions,
here's a suggestion. Drop this whole matter right now. Do NOT file any more
amended returns. Do NOT waste any more time. And most emphatically, do NOT
even respond to this message. Far too much time and effort has already been
expended...enough is enough. Have a nice day.
 
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Hank Arnold

That's an absurd argument.... How much is your commission???
 
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