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Tax Refund?


Dark_Matter
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A little off topic but....

Last year my aunt got a small 401K settlement from her divorce.

She cashed it in early and got charged $200 Federal income tax.

She assumed she could not get this back in a refund, so she neglected to file (she is on Social Security Supplemental Income SSI, no taxes). She did receive a 1099-R on it.

Recently someone told her she should have filed and got her return.

Is this possible considering her income source and if so how would a person do it, file a 1040 for last year even with it a year late?

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Well my Fededal Tax Refund was $3,945 - $115 (Online Tax Filling) = $3,830 and for my state tax (NJ) $876.

Total = $4,706

I tried first TurboTax but I didn't like very much, so I tried another tax company which was more expensive so I end up paying $115.00 instead of $35.00 to Turbo Tax.

I filed my state tax via New Jersey Tax Website Portal. At least this was free.

Joel  ;)

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