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    If you used the online editions of TurboTax to complete your return and paid the TurboTax online account fees, the stored PDF of you return is available for download.  The stored PDF only has those forms and schedules that were needed to send a completed return to the IRS.
    Note - TurboTax has temporarily taken the PDF returns for tax year 2012 offline for maintenance and to resolve errors in the system.  The online PDF of the 2012 returns should be available again shortly.

    Go to the following TurboTax support article for accessing 2012 and prior year online returns -
    https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1900748-get-a-copy-of-your-2012-or-earlier-turbotax-online-federal-and-state-return
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      How can i open up my 2012 turbo tax return, the irs is saying i didn't file income on a gambling win.  I remember putting this on the form but i need to be able to bring up the form i was filling out to prove i had entered as income and then as a gambling loss. 

      • Gambling income is reported on Line 21 of Form 1040.  The gambling losses are reported on Schedule A.  You will need to view/print your 2012 return PDF that you downloaded from your online 2012 account.
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