Husband died Jan. 26, 2011.Early return back March 2011.Clearance Certificate OK. Pension rev from work/union now in her name.entered all figures, now showing a Bal due $2500, split option ON for only $773 = +$1241. Can that be right?

I just question the fact that a return showiing owing $2575 before a pension split for $773 (Husband died Jan 2011) erases the entire owing amount and gives a $1240 refurnd. Thanks


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My suggestion is that you email a copy of the 2011 year tax return to for investigation.  We will review and analyze the return to verify and confirm the answer for you.

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