Form 4506-T

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Form 4506-T

A form that one files with the IRS to request the information contained on a previously filed tax return without requesting the return itself. The information is called the transcript of the tax return. One may request the copy be sent to him/her, or one may direct that it be sent to some other party.
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* Completed and signed IRS Form 4506T, Disaster Request for Transcript of Tax Return, for tax years 2012-2014.
HAMP, according to an outline by the Mortgage Bankers Association, requires from borrowers a statement of monthly household income from all sources; the two most recent bank statements; the two most recent pay stubs; a signed and dated Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 4506T; signed copies of the most recent federal tax return; most recent property tax statement; most recent mortgage statement; and proof of other debt such as second mortgages, car loans and insurance premiums; and financial assets such as checking and savings accounts.
Income fraud can be detected through the use of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) form 4506T, which allows retrieval of the actual 1040 form filed by the borrower.