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Hi everyone, can someone help me figure this out? it says "

  • Copy of original, signed tax returns for the last year (both W-2 and 1040). If copies of tax returns are unavailable, provide transcripts from the IRS."

Does this mean my fiance should print up his 200"+ pages of Tax returns for the last three years and sign them somehwerE? who signs them? and should he have the long version or the short? can someone please explain this to me?

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1 minute ago, Ayna and Chris said:

Hi everyone, can someone help me figure this out? it says "

  • Copy of original, signed tax returns for the last year (both W-2 and 1040). If copies of tax returns are unavailable, provide transcripts from the IRS."

Does this mean my fiance should print up his 200"+ pages of Tax returns for the last three years and sign them somehwerE? who signs them? and should he have the long version or the short? can someone please explain this to me?

When he filed his return he already decided whether it was the long form or not


YMMV

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Get tax transcripts from the IRS. Not so long plus it proves that it was actually filed.


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Transcripts are shorter.  But if he chooses to submit tax returns instead, he will have to submit the entire return, schedules, and supporting docs such as W-2s.  He should sign them.


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don't print 200+ pages, save your time and the trees! they didn't even look at mine, I submitted 3 years tax transcript (6 pages) and they only looked at recent year only(barely).  I suggest you register on the IRS website and print out the last 3 years(way less paper)


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17 hours ago, EM_Vandaveer said:

Get tax transcripts from the IRS. Not so long plus it proves that it was actually filed.

 

17 hours ago, missileman said:

Transcripts are shorter.  But if he chooses to submit tax returns instead, he will have to submit the entire return, schedules, and supporting docs such as W-2s.  He should sign them.

 

16 hours ago, Lebanese23 said:

don't print 200+ pages, save your time and the trees! they didn't even look at mine, I submitted 3 years tax transcript (6 pages) and they only looked at recent year only(barely).  I suggest you register on the IRS website and print out the last 3 years(way less paper)

last i checked,  which was Thursday,  the IRS transcript website was furloughed. I guess someone deemed the computers as non-essential.

 

U may be able to request them via mail but not via phone since they aren't answering phones either

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On 1/5/2019 at 7:53 AM, TandSarahJane said:

 

last i checked,  which was Thursday,  the IRS transcript website was furloughed. I guess someone deemed the computers as non-essential.

 

U may be able to request them via mail but not via phone since they aren't answering phones either

I wonder if the site (& most IRS services) is just down because if the government shutdown?

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