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i was looking for my income tax returns along with their respective w-2's for the past three years (2009-2010,2010-2011,2011-2012) when i noticed that my tax return for last year was missing. even the w2. i've searched high and low for it but could not find it. i know i can ask the person who prepared my taxes if he can help me out with this but before i call him, i just want to ask a clarification: do we need all 3 years of those tax returns, or do we need only the most recent one filed for 2011-2012? and also is it only the tax transcript or the copy of the income tax return with itemized deductions - couple of pages long? coz i went into the irs website and i saw a document for which we can request tax transcripts. i hope that someone can enlighten me on this matter. thank you very much.

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i was looking for my income tax returns along with their respective w-2's for the past three years (2009-2010,2010-2011,2011-2012) when i noticed that my tax return for last year was missing. even the w2. i've searched high and low for it but could not find it. i know i can ask the person who prepared my taxes if he can help me out with this but before i call him, i just want to ask a clarification: do we need all 3 years of those tax returns, or do we need only the most recent one filed for 2011-2012? and also is it only the tax transcript or the copy of the income tax return with itemized deductions - couple of pages long? coz i went into the irs website and i saw a document for which we can request tax transcripts. i hope that someone can enlighten me on this matter. thank you very much.

Get the last 3 tax transcripts from the IRS. That is all you should need. It's free and takes less than a week to be delievered.

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Order them online, it only takes few days or a week the most.

Good luck!

:thumbs: The free tax transcripts from the IRS worked for us. We ordered ours online and got them within 10 days.

YMMV.

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Hi all. Sorry if this seems really obvious/dumb to all of you - but is it essential to provide the USC's tax returns? The pdf that goes with the 1-134 says that's only necessary if the USC is self-employed? My fiance (USC) will be able to provide a letter from his employer, and evidence of his bank deposits, but last year we were both working in Australia, so he didn't do a tax return in the States, and the two years before that he was studying in the UK and not working, so again - no tax returns. Really appreciate clarification on this :) Sorry if we're going over old ground again.

Kate

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