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smhenry53
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I am wanting to look at my Michigan State taxes, I believe it was a property tax credit that made my refund so much larger than last year. Much larger that last year!!

I don't want to file until I can look at the form, and I also believe there is something about not being able to file Federal until 2nd week of February. Do you know anything about this? I can't find a place to look at the forms before I file?
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cameaf
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I am wanting to look at my Michigan State taxes, I believe it was a property tax credit that made my refund so much larger than last year. Much larger that last year!!

You should be able to preview your tax forms in the printing center.

Login to your TurboTax Free Edition online account

Click Take Me To My Return

Click My Account (in the upper right hand corner)

Click Print Center

Click Print Save or Preview this year's return

Click view or print

A pop up box should appear with a generated pdf preview file of your return.


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cameaf
Level 5

I am wanting to look at my Michigan State taxes, I believe it was a property tax credit that made my refund so much larger than last year. Much larger that last year!!

You should be able to preview your tax forms in the printing center.

Login to your TurboTax Free Edition online account

Click Take Me To My Return

Click My Account (in the upper right hand corner)

Click Print Center

Click Print Save or Preview this year's return

Click view or print

A pop up box should appear with a generated pdf preview file of your return.


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