Question

I received a Form 1099 after I filed my taxes. Do I need to amend and re-file my return?

Answer

If you received a Form 1099 after submitting your return, you might need to amend it. Depending on the additional amount and type of income, the following may be affected:

• Taxable income
• Credits
• Adjustments
• Refund
• Balance due

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