Get your 2006 tax forms —
IRS information saves you money!
In a tough economy, there’s an increasingly popular way to make some extra money: using old tax forms to do anything from getting a loan for a new car to earning some extra cash from an amended tax return. Why? Because 2006 tax forms are IRS-approved information that can help provide proof of income — or proof that the taxes paid were too high.
How can you prove your income with 2006 tax forms? IRS documents are generally assumed to be very carefully fact-checked, so if you’re renting an apartment or borrowing money to buy a car, having IRS tax forms from several years back can go a long way towards making it clear you can afford to keep your promises.
How can you get money back with 2006 tax forms? IRS agents aren’t perfect, and neither are tax preparers. More and more taxpayers are evaluating the taxes they paid in earlier years, to see if they missed deductions, overlooked tax credits, or miscalculated their taxes. By reviewing your 2006 taxes, you may be able to collect extra money.
What to do next: PriorTax makes it easy to obtain past tax returns from the IRS, and use them to take the next step. For more information on using your prior year tax forms, you can visit:
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