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Old Mar 1st 2006, 3:59 am
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hello.

i've been an idiot and lost my 2004 tax return form . And i need it to answer a question on this years Doh! i know... i deserve all i get.... but is there any way of finding out the old info from the 2004 one?

I'm sure the answer will be a BIG FAT NO, but i had to ask.

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Haven't a clue. The only taxes I know about are the ones I get home from the pub!!
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Old Mar 1st 2006, 4:14 am
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Originally Posted by rushman
Haven't a clue. The only taxes I know about are the ones I get home from the pub!!
damn it!

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I don't know.
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Originally Posted by cutina
damn it!

i'll have to reconsider that spanking
You'll get so many answers tomorrow your head will spin. Fatbrits probably your best bet, him or Ray..
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i havent got a clue either with regards to taxes, paying them or filing - give the friendly irs a call though, perhaps they could help
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I don't know.
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Originally Posted by antjen
give the friendly irs a call though, perhaps they could help

I know that was tongue in cheek, but I'm gonna stick me hand up and say they're actually pretty good!! The CPA for our business went bust (twat) middle of last year, and I had to pick up and try to clear up the mess - lots of time on the IRS helplines asking stupid questions, and without exception, every single one of them was extremely patient, very helpful and knew their stuff. I would give em a call if I were you.
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http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4512-a.pdf
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Originally Posted by cutina
hello.

i've been an idiot and lost my 2004 tax return form . And i need it to answer a question on this years Doh! i know... i deserve all i get.... but is there any way of finding out the old info from the 2004 one?

I'm sure the answer will be a BIG FAT NO, but i had to ask.

thanks.

tina
xx
You can get a copy from the IRS. You should have a local office and can apply in person. Unfortunately, they are slower than Christmas and of course they charge per page. I am assuming you filed yourself, because if you used a tax preparer I think they keep a copy. Good luck.
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In the future, use Turbo Tax. It fills in all of last year's information for you.
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Originally Posted by Elsie The Maid
In the future, use Turbo Tax. It fills in all of last year's information for you.
i've been advised i can't use any of those programs with the tax treaty I have... but thanks!
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Originally Posted by Lynne
You can get a copy from the IRS. You should have a local office and can apply in person. Unfortunately, they are slower than Christmas and of course they charge per page. I am assuming you filed yourself, because if you used a tax preparer I think they keep a copy. Good luck.
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