How to print or save my tax return
- How can I save my tax return onto my hard drive?
- I'm having trouble printing my tax return.
- How do I get a printed copy of my tax return?
- I'm having trouble viewing or printing my tax return.
- What is the Printed Copy of Tax Return service?
To download a copy of your return, simply click on the "Download" button. If you click on the "view" button you can view your tax return in Adobe Reader. From Adobe Reader you can also click the download button in the top right corner of the page to download your return.
Adobe Reader is needed to view or print your tax return. If you don't have Adobe Reader, you can download it for free.
If you have a recent version of Adobe Reader, try saving the file to your hard drive and then opening it in Adobe Reader after your browser is closed. Instead of left-clicking your mouse to download the tax return to your browser, right-click your mouse and select "save link as" or "save target as" (Internet Explorer) from the pop-up menu. This will allow you to save the tax return to your computer.
You can also request a transcript from the IRS website
If you are unable to view or print your return, first try to update or reinstall Adobe Reader. We have found that many printing problems can be solved by updating or reinstalling Adobe Reader. If you have updated to the latest version of Adobe Reader, please also try using another web browser. Often, switching web browsers will resolve the issue.
Even if you don't purchase the Printed Copy of Tax Return Service, you will still be able to print a free copy of your tax return if you have Adobe Reader. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free. If you are unable to view or print your return, update or reinstall Adobe Acrobat Reader. We have found that many printing problems can be solved by updating or reinstalling Acrobat Reader.