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Download Previous Year TurboTax Returns Turbo Tax Login

Description: The following tutorial is mainly designed to talk about the popular topic which is on turbotax login. The author is going to introduce us some ways to use turbo tax, we can learn some methods to access our previous year’s turbo tax returns.

It’s a toad slayer 2010 here, today we’re going to do a video about using turbo tax and it’s a quick video to show you how to access your previous year’s tax returns, there are some ways to do it.

I’ve tried and they were successful at one time, but now they are not anymore, that would be going into search typing orders and seeing what came up, that’s not working, so I fooled around and I found out the real way to do it.

It’s February 2017 and they’ve changed a couple of things in the design since last year, so here’s the cool part, once you log in, you put your user ID and password and I’ve already done that you know for security reasons.

I don’t want that all out on YouTube obviously, you get to this page that says let’s continue your tax returns, so if you’re watching this in 2019 or 2020, it might be similar, but it’s currently 2017, so it’s talking about 2016 return, don’t click that take me to my return, don’t click take me to my return.

That’s not what you want, what you want is this bar underneath where it says looking for prior year returns and then click load my tax timeline, make sure your mouse is working and then pick your tax year for me.

It’s going to be 2015, why do I need this? I found out that the FAFSA, the Free Application for financial aid requires for the 2017 to 2018 school year requires tax information from two years prior which would be the 2015 tax year.

So I’m going to click on 2015 tax here and you see it tells me what my refund is, but what you want to do is that you want to go over here to where it says download print return PDF, click that and it brings up this page and it asks you for a reason.

I need to copy my return, because I’m going to click I’m applying for Student Financial Aid, but in your situation, you may put I need to print it and file it or I need it for something else, you could totally do that, so we’ll do that, so click download return and then I’m doing this Microsoft, so it says what do you want to do with this file Microsoft edge.

Let me tell you why I’m using Microsoft edge, in a nutshell, I tried to use TurboTax in Chrome and I could get to the login screen, but then it gave me a spinning circle, it was busy at hung and it wouldn’t go any further.

So apparently, you have to use internet explorer slash Microsoft edge, so what I’m going to do is to choose save and it’s going to save to where my downloads are, then you can see that I can either open and review downloads, so I hope you enjoyed this video, if you did click like and subscribe, I thank you for your time and share this, if you think it’ll help somebody else and have a blessed day.

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