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midgetstax
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Can file 2017 taxes first then file 2016 taxes?

i didnt file my 2016 taxes but i only made 5,785.48$ an paid in 1,234.36$ but i dont have the money yet to pay to file but would like to go ahead an file 2017 now since turbo take that out of my refund? or should i just wait and do them both at the same time?

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CathiM
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Can file 2017 taxes first then file 2016 taxes?

You can file 2017 first. You are not required to file for 2016, but you may be able to get a refund if you do.  You will have to paper file 2016 (print out and mail) because the IRS is no longer accepting e-filing for 2016.  Click here for a link to TurboTax website where you can purchase the CD/Download version of TurboTax: File past year tax return for 2016

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CathiM
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Can file 2017 taxes first then file 2016 taxes?

You can file 2017 first. You are not required to file for 2016, but you may be able to get a refund if you do.  You will have to paper file 2016 (print out and mail) because the IRS is no longer accepting e-filing for 2016.  Click here for a link to TurboTax website where you can purchase the CD/Download version of TurboTax: File past year tax return for 2016

midgetstax
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Can file 2017 taxes first then file 2016 taxes?

so would it be ok to file my 2016 taxes in a couple weeks if i file my 2017 right now?
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