I need my tax return from last year

For the last two years I have purchased turbotax and filed my taxes through them. In August all my computors were stollen. I still know my logon information, but can not access any old tax returns. Can I still obtain a copy of last years taxes?
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If you used the desktop version, you might want to check and make sure your identity hasn't been stolen.
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    To charles72164  If you used TT online to file your returns for those years, use this link

    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Copy-of-Return/Access-2011-or-Earlier-Tax-Returns/GEN12469.html
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      If you used the Online version for your prior year return you can still access to view/print,

      See the following on how to access your prior year return
      http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Copy-of-Return/Access-2011-or-Earlier-Tax-Returns/GEN12469.html

       

      If you used the desktop version your tax file is only on the computer you used.  You can get a free transcript of your return from the IRS, see the following to order online

      http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Order-a-Transcript

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