There are a few ways to find your AGI:
Use the AGI on your 2011 return as it was originally accepted by the IRS. Do not adjust for any math corrections made by the IRS or any amendments you filed. OR you can use the PIN from your 2011 return.
If you filed a joint return last year, the AGI from that return is entered for both the taxpayer and spouse.
After entering/correcting your prior year AGI/PIN, click the "Review Return" link on the right side of any page. This will take you to the Return Information and Tax Return Summary pages. Click "Continue" until you reach the Steps to File page where you can print the new version of your return, and then select "Electronic Filing" to begin resubmitting your return.If you can't find your AGI or PIN:
If you cannot obtain your correct prior year AGI or PIN, you will not be able to file your return electronically.
If you must mail your return, click the "Filing Options" link on the right side of any page, then click the Signature Options sub-tab. On the Signing Your Electronic Return page, click the "Clear all entries on this page" link then click the State Return & E-Filing sub-tab. On the State Return Preparation and Electronic Filing page, answer "No" to the electronic filing questions and update the return by clicking the "Review Return" link on the right side of the page.
Click "Continue" to the Steps to File page where you can print a copy of your return for filing by mail. The mailing addresses will be included on the Filing Instructions page(s) in the "Where do I mail the return?" section.
After you finish your federal tax return, your information will accurately and automatically transfer into your state return. Just answer a few state specific questions, and you're done.
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