Yes. If you knew the information was false when you filed it with the state, you may be guilty of a crime. You do not need to receive money to be charged with a crime. Rather, the act of providing the false information itself is a crime. If the information you provided was an innocent error, it may be a simple correction. Whether the government believes the error was a mistake as opposed to a fraudulent act may hinge on: how severe the mistake was; how prevalent it is or how often you made it; if it resulted in a large benefit to you; how obvious it should have been; and how long it takes for you to realize and rectify it. The most important thing is not to ignore or overlook an error when you realize it or when another person brings it to your attention. Your actions upon discovery will be critically analyzed by the government when it reviews the documents for potential criminal charges.