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Frequently Asked Tax Questions

IRS Procedures - Notices & Letters


Rev. date: 1/2009

I received a letter from the IRS indicating that due to my misprint of my daughter's social security number, the exemption was rejected. Can I make the correction and still receive the exemption?


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You are entitled to the exemption if your child qualifies as your dependent.
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