No. Returns for each year must be filed separately.
(Look on the right side for years 2009 to 2011.) You need to buy each year separately.
Or you can check for Turbo Tax for all years on Ebay or Amazon, etc.
Either way you will have to mail in your return. And if you are doing more than 1 year, send each year in a separate envelope. Sometimes the IRS will just staple all the sheets together and miss a second return.
Or if you have a simple return you can get the blank forms from the IRS and fill them in by hand for free
For prior year forms go to
And put 1040 in the search box OR put the year in the search box and select Revision date in the next box
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