is there a way to see my filed 2010 return?

I lost my copy of my 2010 return and want to print another copy
    No the Free version does NOT cost 89.90. The only charge in the Free version would be the state return (30.95).  The 89.90 charge is for Deluxe.  In Deluxe the federal is 49.95 and the state is 39.95.

    Why am I charged for a Free Edition?

    How to find your fees…..
    Log in to your return
    Click on Tools (Upper Right)
    Scroll down to "My TurboTax Fees"
    A window will pop up that shows the fees

    And to have the fees deducted from your federal refund is an EXTRA 29.95 Refund Transfer fee. Or you can pay with a credit card and avoid the extra charge.

    Here is one screen shot I found showing the fees
      It will cost you 89.90 to print it though so be careful, also turbo tax will tell you its free...then charge you a lot.
        2010 is still the current year return.  Log in and Continue.  You have to log in with the exact same user name and password.  If you can't log in or find your return maybe you forgot your password or have multiple accounts….


        Around Oct 17, 2011 Turbo Tax will put the 2010 returns into the previous year section to get ready for next year.  Then you will only be able to view it and will not be able to amend it or work on it unless you have downloaded and saved it as a .tax2010 file to your computer before then.  And if you use the Free Edition you will not be able to get a copy of your return at all after Oct 2011.

        If you can't find your return or forgot your password, make sure you are logging in with the exact same user name and password. See this....

        To Print:
        Or to print from online:

        You should also save the .tax2010 file in case you want to use the desktop program next year or need to amend your return in the future.
        If you use the online version, you should save your return as both a .pdf file and a tax data file .tax2010 BEFORE OCT 15 to your computer for the future.  Here's how.....

        To Save as a PDF:

        To Save a Backup Tax File:
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