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Step #1:

Determine whether you are eligible to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (IRS DRT) by considering the following:

It is important to note that to successfully use the IRS DRT, you must have both:

  • A valid Social Security Number and legal name match and
  • Filed a 2016 Federal Tax Return

Also:

If Any of These Apply to you:

  • Applied for a 2016 Federal Tax Filing Extension
  • Filed a Puerto Rican or foreign tax return
  • Filed return using a Tax ID Number (TIN)
  • Tax Return Transcript not obtainable due to Victim of IRS  Identity Theft
  • Filed Married Filing Separately
  • Filed Married Filing Head of Household
  • Marital status from 1/1/2017 through 5/11/2019 has changed

Then…
You may NOT be eligible to use the IRS DRT. Follow the instructions here.

Step #2

Once you have reviewed Step #1, choose the appropriate link below:

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The Office of Student Financial Aid provides undergraduate and graduate students with resources about types of financial aid and student employment.



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