In 2017, using Credit Karma, I filed a tax return by must have said "No" to the question about foreign accounts. The max aggregate balance of all my accounts in 2017 was under $10,000 so I didn't have to file FBAR.
I lived in NY, so I filed IT-201 and 1040 forms. I printed them from Credit Karma (It was so stupid no to review them before filing last year):
In IT-201 in "D1 Did you have a financial account located in a foreign country?" I have "No"
In 1040 I didn't even attach Schedule B (I didn't have any interest, dividends etc. Only 1 W2 that year).
Line 7a–Question 1. Check the “Yes” box if at any time during 2018 you had a financial interest in or signature authority over a financial account located in a foreign country. See the definitions that follow. Check the “Yes” box even if you aren't required to file FinCEN Form 114.
Should I amend both of them?
I'm confused because... I was going through my prior returns and in 2017 I hired CPA to do my 2016 taxes. I definitely told him about my accounts (in 2016 I also didn't meet that 10k threshold). Interesting thing is, in NYS return (IT-201) he checked that I did have foreign accounts (D1 of IT-201 was "Yes"), but he didn't file Schedule B at all in federal return.