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MISC Estate & Abusive Tax Avoidance Transactions

Question: The IRS corrected my return and sent me an additional refund. Does this mean I am also entitled to an additional refund on my state tax return?

Answer:

Whether you are entitled to an additional state tax refund depends on the change that was made to your federal return. For example, if you used the wrong line on the tax tables to figure your tax on your federal tax return, this may not have an impact on your state tax return.  If, however, the change was made to the amount of your taxable income, it may have an impact on your state tax return.

Contact your state tax office for additional information. It is helpful to have a copy of your tax returns (federal and state) and a copy of the IRS notice when you call. To contact the tax office for your state, please go to State Government Websites on IRS.gov.


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Subcategory: MISC Estate & Abusive Tax Avoidance Transactions

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