I will be trying to get a TS/SCI in a few months and am making sure I have all my things in order when it comes time for the investigation. After looking at my tax returns, I saw that I did not have a self employment activity filed under my 2018 return. I amended my 2018 Federal and state returns to show that activity. It ended up being a loss of money. I also saw I had messed up my 1099 and showed a capital loss of (3000) instead of (2500). I corrected all these, sent a check in to the IRS with the amended return and did the same for my respective state.
Additionally, I went and paid any Sales tax I owed to my state from the revenue from the self employed activity.
Everything is now paid, filed, and accurately reported. Should I answer ‘yes’ to any part of Section 26? Am I correct in that they don’t have access to my tax returns unless they specifically come to me and ask me to sign a release for specific years returns? Or am I wrong in thinking that, and they will have these returns no matter what? Thanks