How do I get a copy of my 2013 tax return?

There were server problems when I filled it out and couldn't save a copy.

  • Please clarify.  Is this a 2013 return that you recently filed, or are you still preparing it?  Or did you mean a 2012 return?
    And was the return in question prepared online or in a desktop product?  If online, was it in a paid edtion or the Free Edition?
  • It was 2013 free online that is completed and submitted.
  • This is a 2013 return just filed
  • To see your current 2013 return, sign back into your TT account, and choose "Finish a return".  You can view/print, etc.   When printing a copy for your records, it's best to wait until your efile is accepted. Then the printed copy will contain some additional info and records about that.  You can also save a PDF of your return at that time, and the tax data file if you wish (see my answer in the section below.)

    Do not make any changes in a filed return.  Just in case you have to amend it at some point.  An amended return has to start off with the original return exactly as filed.
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