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Old 10-07-2016, 12:23 PM
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form 4868 filed without needing to.

Filed form 4868 because I received a 1099. Later determined I did not need to file a return. What do I do about the form 4868 I filed.



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Filed form 4868 because I received a 1099. Later determined I did not need to file a return. What do I do about the form 4868 I filed.
you may disregard the form 4868 filed unless you owe tax to irs/state.



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