Tax Tip: Common Errors To Avoid
The IRS recommends reviewing your entire tax return to be sure it is accurate and complete. Even a simple mistake can cause problems with your tax return, which might lead to delays in processing your return and receiving your refund.
Want to avoid frequent trouble spots? Check these areas, which can reduce problems:
For a complete checklist and a listing of some of the most common errors, see TeleTax Topic 303 under the "Taxpayer Help & Ed" section of the IRS Web site.
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