Gregory Hamel forPreparing a tax return can require filling out dozens of tax forms and making hundreds of calculations, which introduces the possibility that you'll make a mistake somewhere along the way. The effect of a tax error depends on a variety of factors such as what caused it and whether it resulted in an underpayment of tax. Small errors may do little more than cause a slight delay in processing your return, while major errors can result in tax penalties.
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