It is now easier to get your mortgage modified in the government program for a lower repayment the internal revenue service this week issued a new form to aid the processing of mortgage applications under the home affordable modification program (HAMP) as part of the making home affordable program. The new form make it simpler for people, especially homeowners trying to modify or refinance their want mortgages, to order copies of their tax return transcripts. Taxpayers often need copies of their tax return information, especially when they are obtaining a new mortgage or when they are refinancing or modifying of existing mortgage. Homeowners now can use form 4506T-EZ.pdf, short form request for individual tax return transcript, to order a form 1040 series tax return transcript FREE of charge. A transcript is a computer print-out that includes most lines on the original return. A transcript is often acceptable substitutes of for a copy of the original tax return for purposes of verifying income. Form 4506T-EZ is a streamlined version of the form 4506-T, request for transcript of tax return.
The form 4506T-EZ is only for individuals who filed a form 1040 series. Businesses, partnerships and individuals who need transcript information from other forms must still use the form 4506T. Transcripts ordered through the form 4506T-EZ can be mailed to a third party, such as a financial institution. The IRS cautions taxpayers that they should complete all required fields, especially the years requested, before signing and dating the form. Taxpayers can obtain form 4506T-EZ at IRS.gov. It is a fillable form so people form can complete the online and print a copy. They can mail it or fax it to the addresses and numbers listed in the instructions. It generally takes 10 days to process the request. The IRS so recommends that people retain copies of their original tax returns in a safe, secure place. Exact copies of tax returns are available by filing Form 4506, request for copy of tax return, but each copy costs $57 and can take 60 days to process.