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... and then it has the same boxes the 2018 SSA-1099 had, but with bigger numbers.

As this is the case, then I will file an amended tax return, unless you good people have any better ideas.


Wait - you didn't answer the question: Do you agree with the bigger numbers?

You should know how much was deposited into your account, and you should be able to find how much was withheld for things like Medicare premiums, income tax withholding, etc. Does all of that add up to what the bigger numbers are?

If not, I would suggest calling the SS administration to find out why they issued the correction.

AJ
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