How do I access my 2011 taxes.... I find prev yrs but not 2011

    2011 is still the current tax year.  Click on Continue Return.
      Your 2011 online return is still current (until sometime after Oct. 15, 2012), you need to choose Continue a 2011 Return when you sign into your account and use the exact UserID and password you used to prepare your return

      - Go to
      - Click  the on the Sign in box
      - enter your User ID & Password, choose Continue a Return
      - If you are having trouble remembering your User ID or Password click on the blue link "Can't access your account" under the Sign In button

      You can check to see if you have other UserID(s), see the following to get a list of your UserID's by your email address
      • I need to access my daughters taxes
      I did my daughters taxes and can't remember the password,,id number and pin.  she needs her taxes for faysa
        Naomi25:  Go to the following website click on the Sign In button on the upper right, under the Sign In button on the Sign In To Your 2011 Return click on the Can't access your account? link, click on option 3

        This is a user to user forum, no one here can access her account, if you are still having trouble you would need to contact TurboTax support (they are not open on weekends).  You can contact TurboTax support at the following website:

        On the Support site select a Category, then on the right select an option under Choose One, at the bottom of the screen you can choose the option of Online Chat or Call Us.  Online Chat & Call Us options are available Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Pacific (if you don't see the Online Chat or Call Us option change your Category or Choose One choice until the options shows at the bottom to Chat or Call)
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