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Old 03-02-2014, 03:41 PM
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I filed 2011 and 2012 taxes last year, individually(on two different forms) . Of course I received a notice from the IRS stating that this was not valid nor accepted. I would need to search for the document for the exact wording but that is the general gist of the notice. My Question, can I file 2013 and combine the previous 2 yeas (2011 and 2012) all on this years filing?



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Old 03-02-2014, 06:42 PM
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I filed 2011 and 2012 taxes last year, individually(on two different forms) . Of course I received a notice from the IRS stating that this was not valid nor accepted. I would need to search for the document for the exact wording but that is the general gist of the notice. My Question, can I file 2013 and combine the previous 2 yeas (2011 and 2012) all on this years filing?
no; even if you have failed to file taxes from previous years, it's never too late to catch up. The IRS and state deept of rev will always accept late tax paperwork, just like they accept late tax payment. You must obtain tax forms for the tax years you missed. 2011 and 2012 un your case For federal taxes, visit the irs.gov website and download the tax form for the years you need. If you have to file state taxes, yu need to visit the Dept of Taxation/rev for your state and download the necessary tax forms. If your state does not have the prior tax forms online, call and request that the forms be mailed to you.
Please visit the irs website here; Forms & Pubs



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Old 04-13-2014, 02:01 PM
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Is it possible to list all W-2's for 2011 thru 2013. I am not finding the forms for 2011 on the IRS webs site nor am I finding the State of Illinois forms.



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Is it possible to list all W-2's for 2011 thru 2013. I am not finding the forms for 2011 on the IRS webs site nor am I finding the State of Illinois forms.
Is it possible to list all W-2's for 2011 thru 2013.===========>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you had your Taxes done Professionally, you can go back to the office where you had them done and get a copy of your past W2s.Although it is not advisable to wait and file your past years’ W-2s, it is possible when necessary. some employers automate the distribution of W-2s. If your employer contracts out W-2 distributions, you can usually access your W-2 online. Ask your Human Resources director for more information.

I am not finding the forms for 2011 on the IRS webs site nor am I finding the State of Illinois forms.=============>>>>>>>>>>> There are two ways to obtain your W-2s for the past year from the IRS; you may order a past year's W-2s from the IRS by completing Form 4506-T and mailing it to the IRS. You can download Form 4506-T from the IRS website or call 800-TAX-FORM to order a copy; However, the IRS does not maintain copies of your W-2s. The IRS only provides copies of W-2's if you order a copy of your return which was filed for the past 3 yearsyou also contact your former employer or a third party payroll provider or other company that provides that service.

The only other place you can get a copy of your past year W-s2, or if you need a copy of a W-2 for a tax year you did not file, is to go to the Social Security Administration. THE SSA can provide a copy of the W-2 for any tax year,



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