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Oops. I can see how you misread that. I wasn't sufficiently clear.

I still think in terms before e-filing. In the old days you sent a copy of the W2 in with your return. They gave you several copies so you could do feds, and a couple of states, and still have one for yourself. So when I said "additional" I meant another copy of the original.

No, my W2 did not change. Just wanted to know if I needed to send a copy with the 1040X anyway.

Didn't think I'd have to send the 1099, but thought I'd be certain.

Thanks again! I have sched B printed, and will be mailing the thing today.

Regarding the state, I'm checking instructions now. T-Tax does mention the W2, but nothing about sched B or the 140 long form. I'm sure AZ Dept of Revenue has something on their site.

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