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Colleen E. Harrison
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How To Access Your Tax Accounts


Surf to the IRS.gov website. In the middle of the page, look for the orange tab labeled “Tools” and then scroll to the link labeled “Get Transcript of Your Tax Records.” You will land on a page where you are presented with the option of obtaining a PDF copy of your tax information immediately, having a hard copy sent to the address on file with the IRS within 5 to 10 calendar days, or both. You can opt to receive any or all of the following documents:

  • Tax Return Transcript: Line items from Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ with accompanying forms and schedules, as originally filed (available online and by mail)
  • Tax Account Transcript: Adjustments made after filing original tax form. Includes marital status, type of return, adjusted gross income and taxable income (available online and by mail.
  • Record of Account: Combine information from tax return and tax account transcripts. (only available online)
  • Wage and Income Transcript: Data from W-2, 1099s and 1098s that has been reported to the IRS. (only available online)
  • : Proof from the IRS that you did not file a return. Letters for the present year are not available until after June 15. No indication is made about whether a return should have been filed (only available online)



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