I need to file my M1PR Minnesota Property Tax Refund Return and don't know how to get back in to do so.

I have already filed my tax returns, and have now received the information for my MN M1PR - how can I now go back online and file that return?
You should be able to log back in here

The MIPR questions are at the end of the MN section...past the MN summary.  Just Continue through the screens until you get there.
  • i have tried this and i still can't find it
  • Janhank.frahm - It will look like you are already done with MN...just continue, and it should ask about property taxes.
  • When I completed all my forms, this one did not automatically come up. I filed and then remembered I forgot this form.
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