I want to do my taxes. I'm having trouble signing in. I don't remember my last email. I just want to do my taxes. Last time I filed with you was 2017

Please help me do my taxes


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3.      Follow the on-screen instructions.

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(If you're looking to access a prior year return, go here.)

Related Information:

·         I forgot my password in the TurboTax CD/Download software

·         How do I update my TurboTax account information?

·         Forgot your TurboTax Advantage login?

·         I forgot my password in the TurboTax Mobile App

·         How do I access my prior year (2017) return?



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