Remember, if your original return was filed by the due date and was rejected, there’s no need for you to worry. The IRS considers your return on time as long as you made the corrections and file it again within five business days.
Is it bad if your tax return is rejected?
Probably the most common reason that the IRS will reject a tax return is because of errors that are discovered during e-filing. However, this isn’t really as bad as it sounds. You’ll be able to resubmit your corrected return, and we’ll tell you when it’s accepted by the IRS.
How many times can your tax return be rejected?
You can re-submit your e-filed return as many times as necessary until the filing deadline in October. However, we recommend that after three unsuccessful attempts (with the same e-file error), you print, sign, and mail your return.
What does it mean when your tax return status is rejected?
If you receive a rejection notification, it means that the IRS discovered something it deems incorrect, or some information is missing, and it’ll be up to you to fix it so your tax return can be processed correctly.
What reasons would the IRS reject your return?
Common reasons for rejections Entering an incorrect date of birth. Entering an incorrect Social Security number or TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) Entering the same Social Security number as another filer (if the IRS detects another return with the same number, it will reject a duplicate)
What happens if your tax return is rejected twice?
The Rejection If you attempt to file your return twice, the IRS will reject the return and return it with an error code and explanation. The IRS typically uses error code 0515 or IND-515 to inform the sender that the taxpayer already filed a tax return for the same year using the same Social Security number.
How do I contact the IRS about a rejected tax return?
If you have further questions, call us toll-free at 800-829-1040 (see Telephone Assistance for hours of operation).
Will the IRS correct my return?
The IRS may correct mathematical, clerical errors on a return and may accept returns without certain required forms or schedules. In these instances, there’s no need to amend your return. However, do file an amended return if there’s a change in your filing status, income, deductions, credits or tax liability.
How do you know if the IRS rejects your return?
The IRS won’t email or text you, or contact you via social media. It will generally mail you a notice. An IRS agent may call you or visit your home, but usually only after sending several letters first. Agents generally don’t show up on your doorstep for a rejected return.