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What websites have printable 1040 forms from 2013?

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FreeTaxUSA.com, EFile.com and IRS.gov are websites that have printable 1040 forms from 2013. Taxpayers cannot efile 2013 tax returns, they must be mailed in, EFile.com notes.

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The EFile website has a listing of 2013 forms that include the 1040 along with instructions, the website notes. Free Tax USA also provides taxpayers with a number of other forms from 2013. Users can print the forms to prepare the returns by hand, or utilize the software available from Free Tax USA, the website explains.

When securing forms off of the IRS website, taxpayers should click on the Forms and Pubs tab on the top of the homepage, notes the IRS. There are three links from users to choose from: Current Forms and Pubs, Prior Year Forms and Pubs, and Accessible Forms and Pubs.

Users can access some forms and publications that are frequently requested in the box under the Prior Year Forms and Pubs, or they can do a search by using the search option by typing in key words into the search bar, as noted by the IRS. The accessible Forms Pubs is for visually impaired users, or those using some other type of assistive technology to access the webpage. Taxpayers can download and print forms by clicking on the link next to the tax document, and choosing the save or print option.

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