Get started on your 2010 return by creating an account. Then just follow the instructions and enter your information into the system. The application will fill out your return and any other forms automatically.
Have a question? No problem. Ask our tax experts via phone, live chat, or email. They’ll also review your return before it gets filed to make sure everything is accurate.
Since the IRS does not allow you to e-file prior year returns, you’ll have to print out a paper copy, sign it, and mail it to the IRS.
You can still get a refund from 2010, but not for much longer. You have until April 15, 2014 to file a 2010 return and get a refund. After this date your money belongs to the government.
If you’re due a refund (as most late tax filers are) you won’t have to pay any penalties at all. If you do owe money, you can minimize your penalties and interest by filing as soon as possible, as these fees grow larger every day your return remains unfiled.
When it’s this simple to file late taxes there’s really no excuse not to file. Don’t let fear of the IRS keep you from claiming money that’s rightfully yours. Create an account to get started on your 2010 return now.