find agi and last years pin

did nnot use turbo tax last year for the year 2010
    To efile you can use your 2010 PIN and/OR your 2010 AGI.  You would have had to write your PIN down in order to know what it is, it does not show on your return.  Your 2010 AGI would be on your tax return.  

    Form 1040 - Line 37
    Form 1040A - Line 21
    Form 1040EZ - Line 4

    If you can't find your 2010 PIN or AGI then you can call the IRS to get a new PIN.  The IRS will not be available to give PIN until they open their efile system so you would have to wait until Jan. 17th to go to their website for a PIN.
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