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so I cashed the check and kept the money.

I tend to agree with billjam. If you used tax software which you are familiar with .. say TurboTax etc and filed electronically I wouuld cash the check. Trying to contact the IRS to sort this out may present more problems than its worth. Just be sure to keep a copy of your 2011 return and supporting documentation for future reference ... if ever needed.

Rich
Arizona
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