how can i get a copy of my w-2 forms from 2011

  • can i get a copy of last year
  • A copy of what?
  • of my w2 from last year
  • Follow the instructions given below.
  • i looked an  theres nothing at the bottom what instuctions
  • You can ask your employer for another copy or you can get W2 information from the IRS.  See the following
    http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc159.html

    Form 4506-T (Request for Transcript of Tax Return), check Line 8 Form W-2, Form 1099 series, Form 1098 series, or Form 5498 series transcript. The IRS can provide a transcript that includes data from these information returns.
    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4506t.pdf

    Or to order the transcript online
    http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Order-a-Transcript
  • didnt finish 2011 tax return where can i finish it all i need i to pay and summit
  • Did yuo use the online or CD version of TT?
  • Where's my 2011 refund
  • This question is about W2 forms. Please ask your in the "new questions, box. Give more details such as when did your file, how did you file (mail or electronic), which version of Turbotax did you use.
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You can ask your employer for another copy or you can get W2 information from the IRS.  See the following
http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc159.html

Form 4506-T (Request for Transcript of Tax Return), check Line 8 Form W-2, Form 1099 series, Form 1098 series, or Form 5498 series transcript. The IRS can provide a transcript that includes data from these information returns.

http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4506t.pdf

 

Or to order the transcript online

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

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    If you're just now doing your 2011 return, you cannot use the 2012 software to do so.  You must download or purchase the 2011 desktop software.
    • Where's my 2011 refund
    • Please start your own new question and give more details.  Did you file a 2011 return?  Was it accepted?  You'll have to ask the IRS where your refund is.
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