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bob

I can't e-file since I didn't file in 2010.

Now, I have to mail all my stuff in. Can someone recommend a good place to get an evelope for this? Or should I just fold all the stuff up and shove it in a standard envelope?
 
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Alan

I can't e-file since I didn't file in 2010.
You lost me. How you filed or didn't file in 2010 has no bearing on how
you file for 2011. We e-file returns every day for clients who haven't
filed in 2010.
 
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paulthomascpa

I can't e-file since I didn't file in 2010.

Now, I have to mail all my stuff in. Can someone recommend a good place
to get an evelope for this? Or should I just fold all the stuff up and
shove it in a standard envelope?

Larger envelopes can be found at any office supply store, in the
"home/office" aisles at most grocery stores and general merchandise stores
(meaning Target and Wally), and you can buy them at the Post Office.
 
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Arthur Rubin

You lost me.  How you filed or didn't file in 2010 has no bearing on how
you file for 2011. We e-file returns every day for clients who haven't
filed in 2010.
He can't do a _personal_ E-file (using, for example, TurboTax or H&R
Block at home)
because it requests the previous year's AGI to create a PIN, if the
previous year's return
wasn't E-filed.

As Paul noted, any stationery store will have 9 x 12 envelopes.

If you use the flimsy paper that actual printed IRS forms use, you can
probably get 6 sheets
in a standard envelope, if you carefully align any attached W-2s to
the folds of the form, and
make sure that any staples are not near the folds.
 
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Alan

He can't do a _personal_ E-file (using, for example, TurboTax or H&R
Block at home)
because it requests the previous year's AGI to create a PIN, if the
previous year's return
wasn't E-filed.

As Paul noted, any stationery store will have 9 x 12 envelopes.

If you use the flimsy paper that actual printed IRS forms use, you can
probably get 6 sheets
in a standard envelope, if you carefully align any attached W-2s to
the folds of the form, and
make sure that any staples are not near the folds.
I must be dense today... maybe it was breathing Northern CA air for a
few days....

Turbotax says that you enter a zero if you didn't file a 2010 return.
What am I missing?
 

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