You can request an IRS Tax Return Transcript, free of charge, from the IRS in one of three ways:
This is typically not available if you have never filed taxes before in prior years. If this is the case, please use the paper request process detailed below.
- Visit the IRS transcript page.
- Click Get Transcript Online (If at any point, you cannot validate your identity - for example, you cannot provide financial verification information or you lack access to a mobile phone - you may use Get Transcript by paper, see below).
- Set up an account with the IRS. They will email you a confirmation code to enter. Be sure to check your junk file in case the email is sent there.
- Enter the non-filer's Social Security number, email address, filing status, account numbers for loan or credit card associated with your name, and mobile phone associated with your name.
- Click Continue.
- Be sure to select Return Transcript and the appropriate year.
- Save the Transcript for submission to our office.
- Upload the document when prompted when submitting Verification online from MyUNT.
- Call the IRS at 1-800-908-9946 and follow the prompts.
- Download an IRS Form 4506T-EZ.
- Complete lines 1-4, following the instructions on page 2 of the form.
- Line 5 provides non-filers with the option to have their IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter mailed directly to a third party by the IRS. Do not have your IRS Verification of Non-filing Letter sent directly to UNT.
- On line 6, indicate the tax year requesting.
- Make sure you check the box which starts with "Signatory attests that he/she has read..." otherwise the form will not be processed.
- The tax filer (or spouse if requesting information from a joint tax return) must sign and date the form and enter their telephone number.
- Mail or fax the complete form to the appropriate address on page 2 of the 4506T-EZ form.
When entering the information into the IRS address matching system note the following:
- The address entered must match the address already on file with the IRS exactly.
- The address on file is typically the address on your most recent tax return.
- Spelling out the word “street” rather than using the abbreviation “st.” can be enough to cause an error.
- Addresses on the IRS system are auto-corrected through a post office program and may not match what you put on your tax return.
We suggest the following if you run into problems:
- Have your taxes in front of you and enter the address carefully as it is on your return.
- If you entered your address as it appears on your return and it doesn't work, try
using the standardized version of your address.
- To get a standardized version of your address: 1) Visit the United States Postal Service 2) Click Look Up a Zip Code 3) Enter Street Address, City, State 4) Click Find
- If you still have problems, the IRS Help Desk can be reached toll-free at 1-800-876-1715, Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time).