State of: Ohio
Jumped on Turbo Tax to start my 2016 return only to discover their program didn't compute my 1099R income as AGI. My fault for not catching it, last year was the 1st time I didn't have my accountant do my taxes. Fortunately, I caught it before making the same mistake this year.
Question, all things equal will this one  factor keep me from being approved for a mortgage when they request my last two year's tax returns before closing?
IRS hasn't flagged it yet, I understand it typically takes a couple of years for them to play catch up. I haven't filed an amended return [yet] but I'm guessing I owe $4500. My return this year would cover that but 1st I'll see if I qualify for a payment plan option as I would like to knock out the rest of my cc debt before getting pre-qualified. My credit score is 730 currently and with the cc debt removed should be 770 ballpark.
Does this sound like the best option moving forward? TIA
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