I filed an amended 2014 Federal return. I need to provide my state of residence confirmation that the IRS processed and approved my amended return. Will the IRS send me a letter of confirmation regarding this amended return? Maryland comptroller office advised me that the IRS will not send confirmation to them. In the meantime Maryland is billing me for additional taxes I do not owe.
If you amended your federal return, when it is processed you will either receive a bill or a refund. I don't know what your issue is with MD but you can provide them a copy of your amended return.
In addition, a number of states will accept an IRS transcript reflecting the accepted changes.
You may need to submit a copy of the amended return to the Comptroller's Office. I have generally found the Comptroller's office to be helpful with questions. Since you amended your federal tax return, you may need to file an amended Maryland tax return if any of the information that changed for your federal return affected anything on your Maryland return. Best of luck with your endeavors.
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You will most likely need to send the Form 502X to the Comptroller with a copy of your 1040X. The State of Maryland may make the change on their own as the two taxing agencies "speak." However, we recommend sending the above forms.
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