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April 12, 2009

IRS - Tax Return Errors

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced the most common errors made on tax returns.  Please see the document below for a list of those errors by simply clicking on the link.  The IRS lists errors such as: (i) failing to include your social security number and (ii) misspelling a dependent's last name.  Why is it important to avoid these errors?  Well, it will certainly cause the processing of your tax return by the IRS to be slowed.  More importantly, however, by making errors on your return you expose yourself to a higher risk of being audited?  Take the time to review your return and avoid those common errors identify on the document below. 

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