Did you read the answers already posted in this thread?
Try printing from the Print Center
Log back in your TurboTax account and "add a state" to open the return back up (you are not really adding a state, just to open it back up), then
Click on Tax Tools on the left side of the online program screen.
Then click on Print Center.
Then click on Print, save or preview this year's return. Choose the option Include government and TurboTax worksheets
How to save the PDF
First page 2 is not missing ... if you look closely the 2 pages of the 2018 return is shown on one page ...
Now the 1040 does have a line 1 ... do you mean your wages from a W-2 are not on it ? Is the income on another line or the Sch 1 ?
The "add a state" option only works if the 2018 return isn't closed. Since 2019 is currently open in TTO, the "add a state" button won't get you back into the 2018 return, or any prior year return.
You need to register a 2019 online account to access prior years
Or go to this IRS website for free federal tax return transcripts - https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript
For a fee of $50 you can get a complete federal tax return from the IRS by completing Form 4506 - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4506.pdf
@crystalleato I believe that you have to register for a 2019 return (new thing) in order to access prior years' returns.
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@crystalleato Could it be that you registered for the 2018 tax year? If so, you will need to register again in order to access your prior years' returns.
I downloaded my 2018 tax returns to locate my AGI. On my downloaded 2018 returns a lot of my information was missing. None of my uploaded W-2 information shows, wages earned was reported as 0. One of my dependents was not listed, and for my other dependent, social security was not showing. I thought I made a mistake when filing. I went through the trouble to download the software to amend my returns for 2018, thinking I had made a mistake when filing, when I downloaded my transcript from the IRS, the refund amount "owed" to me was the same as the refund I had received. I am still confused as to why my uploaded w-2 information shows a $0.
@jvazquez You might have started in a different account last year, and switched to one in which you completed the 2018 return.
Many people have multiple TT accounts and forget how to access them. Log out of the account you are in now.
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