The IRS is drafting new 1099R forms. Then the software has to be programmed for them, and the IRS has to test and approve of the software. It is a complex process because of the all the CARES changes. It could even be a couple of months—sometime in January or even February. Meanwhile if you are trying to plan, if you have 2019 desktop (CD/download software) for 2019 use the what if feature- in Forms mode-but it will not have that CARES stuff.
You can also try using the Taxcaster tool:
There are a number of 2020 forms that are still being revised by the IRS. Click on the REVIEW tab to see what form(s) you are waiting for and when it is estimated to be ready (when operational ….and dates are subject to change) ...
Thank you. I use online, not desktop so I can't use that what-if feature (which sounds like it would suffice for my estimates. I'm even having difficulty pulling up 2019 return. I go to print center, and it only brings up this year.
You have to access your own account and/or print it for yourself using exactly the same account and user ID that you used when you prepared the return.
Many people have multiple TT accounts and forget how to access them. Log out of the account you are in now.
Or did you use the desktop version of TurboTax? If so, the files are on your own hard drive or any backup device you used like a flash drive.
To get a copy of your previously filed returns prepared with online TurboTax https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1900748-how-do-i-get-a-copy-of-a-return-i-filed-in-turbotax-online
SAVE YOUR TAX RETURN !
EVERY year before mid-October you should save a copy of your tax return as a pdf and print a copy of it for your records. That way you will not be searching online frantically when you need it for a lender, FAFSA forms, your next tax return, etc.