We all make mistakes
You just filed your taxes and then it hits you – you made a mistake! You had looked your work over multiple times before filing, but now you find the error. While your instincts may be to go into panic mode, Denver tax attorney says you can relax because people do this more common than not. There is an option to amend your taxes for a reason. But sometimes a mistake is so minuscule you don’t even have to. So when is it appropriate to amend your taxes?
When not to amend
Perhaps you filled out the wrong form, which could mean you will owe more money or maybe you forgot to deduct something big from your taxes meaning your refund will be much smaller. In these situations, Denver tax lawyer -Tax Tiger, would highly recommend you amend. But if you happen to make a slight mathematical miscalculation, the Internal Revenue Service is likely to correct those mistakes for you.