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Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

I need the info for provincial pension purposes and don't have a saved copy.

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Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

You can sign in to the 2013 TurboTax Online at: https://ww1.2013.turbotaxonline.ca/



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Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

You can sign in to the 2013 TurboTax Online at: https://ww1.2013.turbotaxonline.ca/



Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

I have logged into my account and nothing is showing up? Any other suggestions?
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

Please see the link above by TurboTaxClint.
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

@amyeschofield - You have multiple accounts. Go to the Login screen for TurboTax 2013 and click Forgot My UserID or Password. From there, follow the steps to get your UserIDs provided to you. Your data is likely in one of the other accounts.

Post back if you still can't find it.

- Clint
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

I use the same account for 2014 and 2013 but they do not allow access accross the same account. - Justin
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

Are you having trouble logging in to the accounts for either year? Is your tax data in the 2013 account?
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

This takes me to my son's return not my own... I did both
Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

If you did the 2013 return online, simply log back into your account>click tools>return manager and look to see what returns are listed.  Please print a copy ASAP as returns are not kept on file for a full two years.

Level 1

Can I access a copy of my 2013 return?

This feature does not work for me. The method used below works and is only the 2013 return, not the 2014. Too bad Intuit cannot figure out how to do this better considering how long they've been in the tax return business.