1040X Amended Income Tax Return
Printable Tax Form And Instructions 2018, 2017, 2016
Form 1040X is used to correct IRS Form 1040EZ, Form 1040A, and Form 1040. To obtain a credit or refund based upon your correction, Form 1040X generally must be filed within three years of the return due date, April 15 for example. See the Form 1040X instructions booklet for exceptions to this rule and more details on when and where to file.
Examples of when to use Form 1040X:
- Missed a credit or deduction which reduces your tax due.
- Found a shoe box full of receipts after you filed your return.
- Correct an error on Form 1040, Form 1040A, or Form 1040EZ.
- Change return amounts which were adjusted by the IRS.
- Claim a carry back due to a loss or unused credit.
2018 1040X Form And 1040X Instructions
Click the federal IRS Form 1040X and 1040X instructions links below to download, view, print, edit, or save as a PDF file. These free PDF files are unaltered and are pulled directly from the publisher. Form 1040X is a multi-year form which can be used for income tax years 2018, 2017, and 2016.
2018 Form 1040X and many others have not yet been published by the IRS. The PDF links below will display 2017 tax forms and instructions until they are officially published.
Form 1040X and the 1040X instructions booklet are generally updated in December of each year by the IRS. If updated, the 2018 tax year PDF file will display, the prior tax year 2017 if not. Last year, many of the individual income tax forms were published late in December, with instructions booklet following in early January due to last minute legislative changes.
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Last updated: January 6, 2019