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This is a $207 error in "estimated taxes paid" when filing vs the sum of the checks actually sent.

That kind of error would typically be caught by the IRS within just a couple weeks of filing. Are you sure it hasn't already been corrected? If you received a refund after filing your 2010 return, check to see if it was $207 less than the amount shown on the return.

--Peter
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