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How can I amend my South Carolina state return?

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How can I amend my South Carolina state return?

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File SC1040X (Amended Return) any time you need to correct your South Carolina return. If you amend your federal return, generally you will need to amend your state return. You may apply for a refund on either an amended or delinquent return for any tax period which is open under the statute of limitations. A refund will not be issued for requests received beyond the limitations period.

The limitations period for filing an original return is generally three years from the original due date. If you filed the original return by the original due date or by an extended due date, the limitations period for filing an amended return is three years from the date of filing, three years from the original due date, or two years from the date of payment, whichever is latest.

If you filed the original return after the original due date and any extended due date, if applicable, the limitations period for filing an amended return is three years from the original due date or two years from the date of payment, whichever is later.


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Date updated: Jan 03, 2019

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