I must of missed this on Turbo-Tax. I calculate I overpaid by about $100. How hard would it be to get this back? I don't want the IRS to give my return special attention!Then you won't get your money back, but it's silly not to amend your return just because you don't want them to look at it. But since that $100 amount sounds odd to me, let's first make sure you missed it.Look at your copy of the return. Is the box at line 39c checked? If it is, TT took adavantage of the deduction. If it isn't, you need to amend your return on Form 1040-X. If you did your return with purchased software TT will prepare the amended return for you, but you cannot e-file it. If you used their free online version, I doubt you can do the amended return through it, but it won't hurt to check. If not, download the form and instructions from the IRS site.Phil
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