Need a Copy of your Tax Returns?
Retrieve prior-year tax documents previously filed
with the IRS. Express Copies of Past Tax Returns and W2s
Two easy and convenient options for getting copies of your federal tax return information.
- Tax Return Transcript
- Tax Account Transcript
How to get copy of
If one requires an exact copy of a earlier filed and processed return as well as all attachments one must fulfill, Request for Copy of Tax Return and mail it to the IRS address in the instructions along with the mentioned fee for each tax year requested. Copies are generally available for the current and past 6 years returns filed.
Our prior-year service can retrieve these documents previously filed with IRS:
- 2005 through 2008 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ
- 2003 through 2008 W2 (taxpayer, spouse, or both)
- 2003 through 2008 1099s (taxpayer, spouse, or both)
One common complaint regarding about to get copy of tax returns is impossible to get it done through online. But now you can get the convenience of e-filing, even when filing for a year that no longer allows it. By using extensive online help to compile and print your form, you'll get almost all of the benefits of filing your tax forms online. You can have two easy and convenient ways to get your copy of tax returns information – tax return transcripts and tax account transcripts.
- It is safe and secure.
- Processed faster than paper returns.
- Your tax is worked out automatically.
- Get immediate online acknowledgement.
- Getting your copy of tax returns online is convenient and can be done at any time of day or night.
Tax Return Transcript is a computerized print out that shows most line items from the federal tax returns. It does not reflect any changes that you have made or made by IRS after the return was filed. We can generally get a computerized print out of federal tax returns for the current tax year and preceding three tax years. But to get your tax return transcript will need your signature on IRS Form 2848 “Power of Attorney”.
Tax Account Transcript shows the information posted on a taxpayer’s account for a specific tax period. The transcripts will show the balance due and a list of transactions that include payments, adjustments, and assessments of taxes, penalties and interest.