So, I get home this afternoon to a letter from the NC Department of Revenue, saying that they may not have recieved my tax return for 2003 and 2004, and could I please furnish them with either a copy of my return for those years or proof that I didn't need to file, such as returns filed in other states.
Well, I didn't make money in NC in 2003. I moved back shortly before Thanksgiving, attended the wedding of yesthatjill
, and lived at my parents' house the rest of the year. I'd be happy to send the powers that be a copy of my Washington state income tax return... hey, wait, Washington state doesn't do personal income tax.
I've found the check number and amount of the check I wrote the NC DOR for my 2004 taxes (thank you, Quicken). My copy of my return might be... somewhere. (I'm pretty sure I filed on paper, since I don't think Turbotax was doing free state returns that year.)
Yarg. What a pain in the ass. I've called and left a voice mail with the person I need to talk to.
[ETA]: I found my 2003 federal return, 2004 federal return, and 2004 state return in the big folder in the filing cabinet labeled "taxes". Every once in a great while, I manage to look like an adult.