You might be asked for your 2019 AGI if you're applying for a scholarship or loan.
Looking for last-year's AGI so you can e-file? We've got that too.
How to find your 2019 AGI
The exact location of your 2019 AGI (adjusted gross income) depends on which 1040 form you filed:
- 1040 – look on line 8b
- 1040NR – look on line 35
Finding this number is easy if you already filed your 2019 return and printed a copy for your records. In fact, your lender will probably want to see a copy of your return so they can verify your AGI.
If you forgot to print a copy after filing, we have some links below that can help.
Tip: You won't find your 2019 AGI on your W-2 or 1099 form. Nor should you pull your AGI if you're still working on your federal return, as this number will likely fluctuate as you add or remove income or expenses.