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How do I get a previous year 1040 form?

How do I get a previous year 1040 form?

There are three ways for taxpayers to order a transcript:

  1. Online Using Get Transcript. They can use Get Transcript Online on to view, print or download a copy of all transcript types.
  2. By phone. The number is 800-908-9946.
  3. By mail.

How do I file my 2009 taxes?

Complete, sign the 2009 IRS Tax Return forms and then download, print and mail them to the IRS; the address is on the form 1040. Select your state(s) and download, complete, print and sign your 2009 State Tax Return income forms. You can no longer claim a 2009 Tax Year Refund.

What is the standard deduction for 2009?

Standard Deduction Amounts

Year Married filing jointly and surviving spouses Single filers
2008 $10,900 $5,450
2009 $11,400 $5,700
2010 $11,400 $5,700
2011 $11,600 $5,800

What is the minimum income to file taxes in 2009?

For 2009, you must file a tax return if you are younger than 65 and your income was at least: — $9,350 for single filers. — $12,000 for single heads of household with dependents. — $15,050 if you were widowed in 2007 or 2008 and have a dependent child.

Who are the owners of the Eska company?

Around 1960, William A. Wright, Jr. (Vice President of Manufacturing) and Luke Sapan of Long Island, NY (Vice President of Sales) each bought 1/3 of Lavern Kascel’s shares and the three became equal partners in The ESKA Company.

Where did Frederick Ertl make Eska pedals?

Until the mid-1950s, Frederick ERTL worked in the die-cast department of the JOHN DEERE DUBUQUE WORKS. He bought a small, used die-casting machine, which he installed in his garage on Asbury Road and made the small die cast parts for model tractor toys (not the riding pedal versions that came later) for ESKA.

When did the Eska outboard motors go out of production?

The 1970 – 1986 Dubuque City Directories listed The Eska Company Inc. at 2400 Kerper. Eska Outboard Motors went out of production in 1986. Engine stocks continued being marketed with the 1986 model numbers until exhausted in 1987.

When did Eska start making snowblowers and chain saws?

At around the same time, ESKA, which had begun manufacturing lawn mowers and chain saws in the mid-1950s, added the Eska Sno-Flyr snowblowers to its line and lost interest in the toy industry. In 1960-61 Ertl obtained Eska’s licensing right for Deere, International Harvester, Case, Oliver, and Allis Chalmers.