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8jbgustafson
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I can't file my 2019 taxes because the IRS says my 2018 AGI amount is wrong.

 
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Best answer February 02, 2020

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MirriamM
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I can't file my 2019 taxes because the IRS says my 2018 AGI amount is wrong.

Thanks for checking out to the Community, @8jbgustafson.

 

To further check the AGI amount as to why you're unable to file your taxes, I recommend contacting a Tax Professional for them to do an audit of your data. 

 

To learn more on how to file your taxes in QuickBooks Self-Employed, read this article: QuickBooks Self-Employed - Annual taxes guide.

 

As always, you can get back to me if you have any additional questions. I'm here for you. Have a great day!

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MirriamM
Moderator

I can't file my 2019 taxes because the IRS says my 2018 AGI amount is wrong.

Thanks for checking out to the Community, @8jbgustafson.

 

To further check the AGI amount as to why you're unable to file your taxes, I recommend contacting a Tax Professional for them to do an audit of your data. 

 

To learn more on how to file your taxes in QuickBooks Self-Employed, read this article: QuickBooks Self-Employed - Annual taxes guide.

 

As always, you can get back to me if you have any additional questions. I'm here for you. Have a great day!

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