IRS launches 'Get Transcript' Application - A message from tax attorney Paul Topolka, former District Counsel of the IRS for North-South Carolina

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The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new application which gives taxpayers the ability to directly view, print, and download tax return transcripts and account transcripts. 

After answering security questions, taxpayers can download three years' worth of tax information in a few short minutes.

The IRS offers two options:

  • Tax Return Transcript:  provides most line items from your original return
  • Account Transcript:  provides basic info including marital status, type of return filed, AGI, taxable income, assessments, credits and payments

Get Transcript from IRS.gov

 

 

Topics:  IRS, Mobile Apps, Tax Returns, Transcripts

Published In: Tax Updates

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