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Good afternoon. Although you have the right to amend your return at any time during the 3 year statute of limitations
period, once you have been audited, at this point, it's best that you either amend the return and submit it to your auditor or at least send them a letter of explanation that know you made a mistake when completing your return on TurboTax and are filing
or have filed an amended return
. You want to keep your auditor informed of your actions so you have coordination with the IRS
on what's going on with your return. The IRS will evaluate your amended return and then determine what, if any, additional adjustments
may be required. The main thing is to keep your auditor informed of what you are doing...whether you have filed the amended return directly or are submitting to the IRS through your auditor.
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