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    So I just received notification from TT that my return was rejected due to my son’s SSN showing up on an already accepted return.

    His mother and I switch years due to a court order, so I confirmed with her and she’s stating she didn’t claim h this year. I don’t think she would do it anyways, since it would just hold up her return.

    So with that said, has anyone had any experience with this? I’m aware I’ll have to file by mail now… Yay! Is there any chance my return will get looked at sometime before the end of the year?

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    I had this happen to me with my kids dad. They were school age I sent school record with it and I had a return within three months. But with irs so backed up idk.

    #4505008 Reply

    Well I went through it and it’s first come first serve. The ex lied and claimed an extra kiddo. I learned that mailing return in with docs would have held his up but I didn’t know. Make sure the Mom is being honest.

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    Hereforthebeerthe advance checks all last year

    I don’t thing that’s it. This year is the first yea= we claim my 17 year old step daughter and we didnt have issues, already accepted with a DD. Her mother received all the advanced credits even though she has been living here this last year.

    #4503624 Reply

    Did she claim your child last year then? If so, she probably got the advance checks monthly from July – December. That may be what the already claimed is all about.

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