I need my 2013 AGI
Before you can e-file your 2014 federal tax return, the IRS needs to verify your identity.
One way is with your 2013 AGI (Adjusted Gross Income), which you can get from a copy of your original, unamended 2013 tax return. (The other, quicker verification method is to enter your IRS Electronic Filing PIN.)
Click the 1040 version you filed last year, and we'll show you which line contains your AGI. Which one did I file?
- Where else can I find my 2013 AGI?
- What if I can't find my 2013 AGI?
- What do I put for my AGI if I didn't file last year?
- Where can I find my 2014 AGI (Adjusted Gross Income)?
- What AGI should I use if I file Single or Separate this year, but Jointly last year (or vice-versa)?
- What AGI should I use if someone claimed me as a dependent?