Taxpayers who forgot a deduction or credit don't have to live with the consequences. You can file an amended return and get a refund of your overpayment.
Make sure you're getting all the deductions you should for your mortgage, charity efforts and work life. But don't raise any red flags.
If you got married or divorced, took in an elderly parent, lost your job or adopted a child, you may need to adjust your tax planning.
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After paying expenses for your children all year, be sure to claim all the tax deductions and credits to which you're entitled.
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