I have my "tax2015" file and want to review the information I filed with the IRS. I no longer have Turbotax 2015 on my computer. How do I view that data?

I need to get access to the information worksheets from my 2015 return. I have the tax2015 file but no longer have Turbotax 2015 installed on my computer. I have the pdf of the IRS documents but the information I am looking for was part of the worksheets and questions.  When I logged in and checked the timeline feature the year 2015 was vacant. I have only ever used one login and account information with Intuit and Turbotax.  So, the upshot is, I have the Turbotax 2015 file I just need a way to load it and view the information. Any suggestions?

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Well since you didn't save the PDF with all the worksheets ... your only option is to install the 2015 program again to open the .tax2015 file that you have. Nothing will show up in the ONLINE system.


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